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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894042001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxii. WILUAMSnURMHIUEY COUNTY. - Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 20. 1894. NO. 15 -- LANCASTER, CARdAUD CDUHTY. CHURCH AFFAIRS. HUSTONVILLE. ViUUlllVI, ' About 12 or 15 Lancaster "Kay Pt.is" Klder J. H. Hiiro will preach nt tho Miss Julia Stagg was In town TuesTho academy girls gave an ontcrtninwill go to Stanford to assist in Diptist church nt Hustonvillo next Sun- day shopping. went last Friday evening. day, 22m, at 11 A. it. Thu Chriotian Kudenvor met nt Mr. Tlio republican candidate had a inialing :i lot of candidates Uilly Wearen enmeover from StanThere are men who count on get John S. Murphy's last Friday night and at Hut 'IVim., last Saturday. speaking Tlio advertising car of Fotopuuidi's ford Tuesday on his bicycle. He claims ting to heaven ueuiuse they sometimes an elegant repast was served to tho mem In elegant and inexpensive articles are on exhibition at the Store of give away im old coat. bers nt the proper hour. show wns lioro Tuesday advertising his to have maile tho trip in lf minutes. Mesdames W. S. O'Neal, John S. Gill, The Statu Convention of The Kind's Mr. Doc Dryo, the jolly young man circus for May sth. Daughters nnd Sons will be held in of Hustonville, is now hard nt work i wifo, of L. r Hubble, (tto. M. 1'attersou are Mr. George McGinnis and the district meeting of the W. C. Owensboro, April his new saloon. Doc worked bnrd for MumpliiH, Term , him hero tuntluiul tlio T. U. at Kirksvillo this week. There wore 12.13 professions of relig- his cause nnd lie succeeded. Perkina-O'Mnr- a wedding. Our line is not duplicated in Stanford and we want to Col. Copolaud, a noted lecturer, will ion nnd 20t$ additions to tho fellowship of The horse show of last Saturday wag Mr. Moore, mother of Mr. M. A. Moore, is very Hick nnd h she in bo old deliver one of his f.ituous lectures at thu the Ardmore church, Missouri, as the re- n credit to Hustonville; some of ns lino e next Monday evening. Ah sult of a Baptist meeting. Htock as Kentucky aU'ords wero on exalio is not expected to recover. Rev. San ford M. Logan, of Virginia, hibition. There was n good crowd in! Clinpln gave n lecture nttho it is to l)e given tinder theaitHpicesof tho Benj 0. Whether you want to buy or not so we Invite You to Call. Congregational church hint Monday Lidies Aid Society, n good crowd will at- will presch at tho Presbyterian church town, and spleiidid order all day; no' next Sunday morning nnd evening, tie drunken men were seen on tho streets. night. Tim house was filled with people tend. H. H. DANKS. r Mr. Georgd Frye, on old resident of Tim new stock law is certainly n good is a sou of Dr. J. V. Login, of Central nud everyone ouoyed liuutiiiK Hustonville, nnd Misa Bell Portman, of one. It lias encouriiKed citizens to plant University. Ciinpin very much. e Liberty, were united iu wedlock at tho Kvangelist Fife's meetitu at shade trees and improve the side walks -- J udgoSllnbOii appointed K. 1). closed with 530 conversions. Near bride's homo at Liberty. Tbey are both and S. L. Pence to appear before the all over town. Somohavo removed their Stnto board of uminliaitiou. They went front fences entirely nnd it adds grently ly nil tho town followed him to tho de- of great social standing in tho county pot and n regular prayer meeting was and have a liott of friends to wish them down last week but have not heard what to tho beauty of tho ynrdi. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. )r Tom Hood, of Lexington, is hero held on the platform. euccees. the board baa done yet. According to tho Biptist Seminary Mr. Joe Baker, of Jellico, Tenn., has meeting still continues at tho visiting his sister. Mr. Drown Cogar has Tho 23d, 1894. a Circuit catalogue there have been 'JG7 matric- been iu town for the last two days. The returned from Harrodsburg. M. lJ. church with several visiting from Chi- ulations this term against ''(50 last year. Hustonville girls CUt quite a figure in ' Fullcorps of CanwrvAtory and Normal School teachers. Superior counes in Literature), Muiic present. Rev. L. L. Piukott left Clerk Mason Hsuds word luck States, District of "ColumJellico society. W. M. Boone, Of Lail- - Axi. KxceKeul boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnUhed on application, Monday. Mrs. J. M. Maban, who boa cago that his brother George is much Twenty-eigh- t bia, Canada, I'ngland, Manitoba nud cas'er, is in town with bis patent barrow. better Hiid in out of danger. in improving. been very sick Dr. Kinnnird, president of tho water Germany are represented. It is a great tiling. It is on exhibition Dr. 1. A. Pennington upont Sunday Tho General Conference of the Meth- at Mr. John Goode'a farm. j Dr. A. Gntllu" nnd Judge compiny, tolls us that thov will adverin London. Mr. Uriah Dunn, who has been in nru in Louisville this week. Mr. tise this week for bids on building the odist Kpiacopal church, South, will meet Fuiliy U. A. Denhnm took bis hou Samuel to power house. It is to be located between in Memphis, May", nnd will consist of .111 tho south trading in mules, during the f the tlour mills and old planing mill and members, of whom nearly are winter, ia home again. Mr. Jones Baugb- FORGethuomenoto attend school. Miss . . I .. . . .1 I! It is proposed to cut down the man, who .is nueuuuig bciiooiI u 11 homo- Inst Saturday will bo nlwmt Mx 10 feet, built of brick laymen. Cralir was called on account of the serious lllnes of her Htid one story bih. This begins to look number of delegates, under the idea that tiigton, returned to tnat place, irom a like business. The company is thinking the body is too large to bo effective. visit to his home. Mrs. Donaldson, LOj lliu llim ..v... Dro. Joe Hopper's meeting nt Paris with her daughter, hnvo left for their base ball season wsh opened ut of boring an artesian well near the depot the fair grounds l8t Saturday by two lo- and if HtircvHsful they will not have to go continues with l'J additions. The Kon- - home, near Shelbyville. New styles at lowest prices. Call and sec. tuckiau says: As wo listen to the "old, The prohibitionist have given up cal teams. On Sunday eoine of our boys to the river for their supidv of water. old story," so tenderly told by the devo- the cnube. There is some talk of their would have a little game thought they COUNTY. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE ted nervnnt of the Master, as be pleads erecting a saloon, and why should they but Marshal Winner interfered and the boys promised JudgoTyo tbey would not of Mt. with the impenitent, it is bnrd to realize not? If tboy nre compelled to have it in Mr. Jonas McKinziennd wife, The best inside wall finish; cold water process. break tho Sabbath any more if bo would Vernon, visited Bro. Pike nnd family. how men can reject such pressing over- their midst they should hnvo some of tures of mercy. income of the money milking stttfl. the let them oil this time, which lie did. Mrs. Orus Bowers was in town Monday. PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains, At n Mormon baptizing near LewiF-bur- Let her go hoys, each man for himself. MicH Fannie O'Mara, daughter of Col Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, paid and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. M5bs Bettie Woodson, of uenr Hus W. Va.,one of the converts became Thomas O'Mara, and Mr. Willhm Per- our town flyiiiK visit on his way to MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best kins, inembor of tlio firm of Maban A Quail. Mr. Tliomiii Cherry is putting very happy ami 'grabbing tho preacher tonville, ia very ill and is not expected around the neck, pulled liinl under the to live but a few hours nt this writing. drugs and chemicals. Give us a call. W. B. McRoijerts. Co., were married nt tho brule'a home this week in at Cincinnati. Mr. W. B. Uat Wednesday morntng at " o'clock Kay, of Lebanon, is hero in the interest water with htm. While ho heldjliiin on Mr. El Powell has gone to look after bis business, nnd visit relations, near ColThe couple left immediately for Cincin- of his spoke business. Mr. A. K. Al- the bottom of the river tho worked-uconvert shouted that be bad drowned umbia. Mr. G. D. McCarty, of Mt. Sa- tbey will spend n few days bright hni about closed a contract and nati where BUY lem, has gone to Cincinnati to lay in his nnd then visit relatives of tho bride at second party to the world, tlio tiesh nnd thu devil. tho service of -- President W. P. Harvey, of tie spring stock of goods. Ilustonviile. adorn the interior of bis new nud beaugone to Western Recorder, oilers a.Jticket from A debate was gotten up between the Mr. W. P.. Durbain has tiful dwellini;. Mr. U S. Martin went to carriage factory, Junction City this week. iouisvillo to Dallas, Texas, and return girls and boys of Christian College Tuestho to being: Afwhich a company had been iirrfiiniK'd at -- I'liu irrim monster, death, b.is been free to any one who wishes to go the day afternoon, the subject place to buy. If tho machinery, rtc., yisitini: our community. Ho came to Baptist Convention, who will send eith- firmed that Machinery lias been Benethis prove to bo whnt tho people expect a the home of Mr. Kubnu DcBord in the er the name's of 15 new subscribers for a ficial to Mankind. The allirmative was building will be begun nt once and ill a form of consumption, nud took from that year, with 130, or of 150 new subscribers held by Misses Victoria Bishop, Pearl few months Williamsburg will bo pre- humble home the wife nnd mother, leav- for six months with $30. jThe price of Rose. Lucilo and Mattio Wyntt, Erma ALSOMorse and Ada Cunningham, the negapared to furnish tlio Southern Statis ing n broken hearted hupbaud and (our the ticket is $'JG.(5. Tho National Christian League for tive by Messrs J. W. North, Geo. Goode with the finest imahty of carriages and littlo children to mourn her loss. He It was decided in wheeled outs. of Mr. Stenheii tho promotion of social purity at New and Cloyd Johnson, two unit vlmti'd the home Squire Ike Commons, nnd in tlio form of dropsy of York. ,,ft8 iB9,,t-"- H statement dfflnIuK its favor of the negative. Wednesday evening The debating society known ns the Johnson shot Win. Jones at bis homo the iienrt, robbed that homo of the bus- - position toward Col.,DBreckinmlgc, in mitiM t of here. It was re band and father, leaving a wife and n few- which it is recommended to "make lis Beech Grove Society but now of Lyceum ..!.,. in The best Garden Plow on the Market, from next day that Jones was little children to make their way through life stand out as an example nnd a warn- Loaguo of America, met Inst Friday ported here the dead but that proved untrno and this this world the best they can. And then ing, lest condonation lead to corruption, night at Dodd's school house, their place prospects nro he will recover. Joues had again bis power and ctiects has been felt and corruption sap the vitality of tho of meeting. As always tno uouse was been to intimate with Johnson's daugh- and seen in the form of nlcobollc liquors, church, injure society, imperil the borne full. The subject for debate was one of great attraction, being Woman's Sufter and presisted in going with her when and in a mysterious way tiken from this and destroy the nation." Rev. Dr. Weaver is preaching twice frage. Tlio subject was well handled by objected. That evening Jones life n young nmn by tho name of John her father went to Johnson's homo and was talking Nordyke, whose body was found about daily at the Baptist church, at 10:30 a. Messrs Dinwiddie and McCiuro for the front-ran- k allirmative, Messrs Donaldson, Goode to tho young lady when Johnson ordered 1) miles from hereby n lady, an account m and 8 i. m. Ho is onolof the passed of his denomination, nnd and North the negative, but the judges preachers him to leave, some words wore bad Tuesday. The coronof which you Prices lower than any one. nnd Johnson shot Jones with a shot gun er's ituv found that he had been dead bis pennons are instructive nnd enter- thought they should have a right to vote loaded witli No. - "hot. ever since tho last of February and that taining to both old nnd youug. He has and decided bo. The society will meet Bap- again Friday, April 27. The subject for bis death probably resulted from intoxi- been pastor of tho Chestnut street tist church, Louisville, for 30 long years, debate is: Resolved that Railroad Traffic DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. fflUS cating liquors. All and is loved by everybody. & He bold a on Sunday should be Prohibited. (Advocate meeting here in 1SGS, nt which time Rev. are invited to come. HUBBLE. O. Gaines, of Lincoln, the See our Spring Stock of Mr. K. L. Burriis wna p3tor. The oldest of the genuine Count Farmers are availing themselves of J. original discoverer In an editorial demanding Hint Col. of tho church here did not this nice corn planting weather. W. 11 members of Monte Cristo, wnH iu town to day. Breckinridge shall tempt fato and public bear-riverecognize him, however, I when In nnswer to a pressing popular de Watson has moved to h! farm near here. tills week, So years having changed patience uo longer nud withdraw from Tho Pirates of Wo nre glad to welcome him and his uiHiid, the tuneful opera, beard from red to white as enow. the race for Congress, the Louisviliu Post will be repeated at tho Dan- good wife ninong us. Miss Lizzie Simp- his There have been no additions since last draws this o'er true picture: Col. Breckville Opera House on tho evening of tlio son has returned to her home at Marks-bur- report. inridge himself ia his own worst accuser, W. L. Withers, Salesman. after" n visit ntuong friends here. Sth of June. nud his own couusel have by their most BobblttjVersus Widows. Wyntt Hughes claims tho boss mule Some titus, miimpi and sore eyes, have labored plens made longer tolerance imInterior Journal.) (To the EJ.torof Mr. colt of the season -t- hree feet eight inches been reported iu this community. CnAH OiiciiAiU), Ajmul 19. I never in- possible. Wo may put aside every witwhen foaled. E. W. Lee's brood mare, Bob McCarley has rented the Blackerby tend to cast another anchor, Jor launch ness for tho plaintiff, silence every arguTencrine, foaled twin colts to Imp. De- placo of S. M. Spoonarnore, nnd will another harpoon into the matrimonial ment of her counsel, place the most im move soon. Call nnd nee our local wool eea of widowhood. My wealthy old partial judgo on the bench iu the seat of ceiver, but tho larger 0110 died. MAIN B. Robertson, while taking a dealer before selling elsewhere. A. C. Mr. A. bachelor friend, Goorge;Holmes,BayB if he Judge Bradley, and the verdict of the on bis bicycle yesterday afternoon, Carman is able to be out ugain. Gentry ever marries nt all, ho intends to have a people would bo the same. For 10 years srin was thrown to the road nnd received a Bros, have sold two car loads of bay de- sweet sixteener. It matters not how old Col. Breckinridge has lived in violation You can save money by examining myjnew stock of goods and payBprninoiitholeftarin, which will keep livered iu Stanford at 45c. J. J. Walker ho may be, SO or 90 years. And my of the law of God and man. He has ing Cash for has been to escort tlio remains of bin friend George is right, when we come been unfaithful to bis moat sacred vows him Indoors for Beveral days. Bishop T. U. Dudley hasKeoiiBented esteemed friend, Klder J. C. Frank to his with our age ami wealth we demand He has forgotten wife and children, he Mrs. viBit our city on Wednesday, May liOth, last resting placo in Flomingsburg. to youth and beauty in exchange. Wealth bos imposed on friendship, 1 be has &c. You are invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair nnd will deliver, on the evening of that Chris Engleinan is in from Missouri implies luxury, nnd ago implies exper- wronged a confiding constituency, he has Tinware, eight o'clock, nt tlio with you and will appreciate your patronage. My goods are all First relatives nnd friends. day, beginning at ience, youth implies gentleness nnd obed dishonored his State, and all that e famous lecture, entitOpera House, bis might gratify his lusts, sacrifice to bis Class Staple goods and will be sold at a Miss Pollard reiterates that sho will ience and beauty implies loveliness nnd Historic Christ." led "The and indulge every selfish in stage. She says she has these qualities are but a fair exchange passion, Those in fnvor of tho licensed saloon not go on tho for what wo otter. In the language of stlnct of his nature. Living this life on otlored all tho way from $60 to $1,000 system at Junction City aro preparing to been the ono side, on tho other 'ho has stood Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you Cowper: enjoyment of their a night, but she will not go on the stage, mako a tight for the at the bar, in Congress, on the platform can save money by trading with me. I shall never sigh again; or join nn opera company. Said Ol for a lodge in some rich widow's nest desires. An endeavor will bo made to lecture pleading for justice, for 'education, for will try to take up a now life Knmn vnat continuity of cash. morality aud religion. Striking at the get two vacancies in tbecity council filled she: "I study ns I have never studied be Where the soul ail untrammeled shall be iih tfontlomen favorablo to saloons, and I shall very foundation of the family in the at rest right to fore, and then when I am equipped for dark, he has placed himself forward as then secure from the council tho With no thought of daily hash, shall take up writiug and always Where broad-clotcoata and silken hata tho exponent of all the family virtues operate them. Judge Saulley's decision it I over a nom de plume. I realize that I abound case baa Inspired the and as tho devoted father and friend. in the Rowland Which Fortune's lavish hand has have forfeited my right to friends, but by with hope. thickly strewn around. giving the world all of my abhorrent seAutocracy in the White House, About 35 ol thoso who professed Last week I was invited by that elegant treason in the Senate and absenteeism late series of crets I have thrown them off myself, and Christianity during the gentleman, Mr. HotTman, to dine at the in the House have put upon the party meetings at the Methodist church were now I can hope to do my work without haying it stamped with them, and per- Springs with tho belloof New York. She of the people more burdens than it will The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your formally received Into fellowship Sunchief at- or can bear, and there is lying down alu by the pastor, Rev. W. F. haps by my work I shall be able to ac- is elegant, and lovely, and her day morriug V.,.. .1- .- II. . is she Is not a widow. Why, -- l. uoiuid wna a .mtci l... mui'K tuo nun. The series of special union complish a little good in the world, after traction Tayior what is the matter with the widows? victorious army so betrayed by the ego conducted by all." Bervico which have been Nothing much, except one, on my second Presbyterian vouality and desertion of its leadTo produce Webster's International visit demanded the engagement ring and tism, the First and Second ers. Louisville Times. weeks past, were Dictionary required School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, churches for two the diligent toil of another on my third visit demanded my iB currently reported Liquors for Medical Purposes. close last night, after ac- 100 scholars of world wide that the It brought to a reputation, broken head for her broken heart. great good. A number of for the full period of 10 years. Governor has asked the resignation 01 complishing This Fontaimr Fox Bodbitt. congregaAdjutant-GenerWickliffe to take effect additions were made to both work made changes in the text of the of Pineville, was May 1. When the resignation is securtions. Unabridged in 87,000 instances and recNelson Robinson, Call and see us. and taken home. ed Senator Gross will be again appointed 14 democratic senators ognizes about 100,000 words which have arrested at Paintsville Tho terms ol Adjutant-Generaholding the two of4th come iuio usage in me last oU years in He is charged with appropriating from G. I and 10 republicans expire March fices. this country. 1300 to 1500 of the city's money. U0-'J- 7. wp.Tvrm GPRESENTS BANKS, : The : Jeweler. court-hous- Show You The Goods, Per-kiri- B Maye-vill- Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January j pas-tor- I - rTTTZr ( , MeRoberts' Drug Store, -- Mug-Li- o obo-hal- - -- .j WAUL 8 FAFIBI ALABASTIUE -- I g, 11 p 11 Penn-eylvnu- ta im-pc- l Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. -- lt J 1 THE - "COLUMBIA," W. H. HIGGINS. - WE ARE IN IT. Disc Harrows, Geo. "W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. d Penr-ance- , g, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. K. WEAKEN. STORE. NEW CASH STREET. ONEAST Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, vlsi-tin- 1 SMALL FHOFZT TOTl CASH. J. C. FLORENCE. h DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. Drugs, School Supplies, DR. S. HOCSXB, Tli Druggist al The Best Goods for the Least Money, l, next. I I- !!: f EM ,1 the defunct Cumberland Valley Bank, Tho Pan Francisco banks hold f idle money, which they aro offer- B.ubouraville.'and deposits, which here- Is the most expressive word wc can find in our vocabulary that will tofore have been supposed to bo worth ing to loan at 4 per cent. give you a conception of the extremely low prices that still prevail Henry S. Ives, tho noted "Napoleon not over 20 cents on the dollar, aro sell with us. A number of our customers hae asked us how wc can afof Finance" of a few years ago, died at ing at 70 cents. There aro It clerkship in tho Louis, ford to sell coods so much lower than our competitors, whose facili Asheville, N. O , of consumption. Two men wore killed and several se- villo pension otllce. The pay is very ties for buying and selling close arc to all outward appearances as riously injured by tho explosion of a saw small and thu work is constant and laborDEMOCRATiG NOMINEES. ious. Sevon of theso posts pay only $fi00 good as ours. Tkat is where the mistake comes in; for hor having mill boiler near Bainbridge, O. While hunting his cow in the woods a year, four pay $S00, ono payH $700, ono numerous places of business in this and other States, we necessarily For County Judge JAS.WALKFR GIVENS " " G. II. COOPER Clerk near I'rtducth, Orange Brown, colored, pavs $800 and tho chief clerkship is buy in larger quantities'and of course get closer prices. Hut what " Attorney- J. II. PAXTON found a kettle containing $250 in gold worth but $1,400. principally tells the tale is that we have " " T. D. XKWI.AXD Sheriff. Miss Pollard's leading cotmnd, Mr. anil silver. " K. UKENNKDV Atreiior ' " .. .G. W DEltOKD J. K. Georgo has been appointed Wilson, received a beautiful token of Jailer postmaster at Mnplesville, Laurel county American Beauty and Lu Franco ro9-I wCTfe-feanil J. M. Hayden at Sand Branch, Whit- from several prominent JhiHim as an apIt is not often that a ninn is vindicai " WrfW VffiU UlElHMC preciation of his efforts in tho trial ley county. ted by his enemies, but Thomns B. Heed Col. Bieckinridgo will open his cam- Among these were Miss Mary Desha, has lived to see the ruling which caused Factories in the Hast need that cash; wc need their goods; so in of Col Breckinridge. paign forCongressnt Lexington, May 5th, and n tyrant him to bo dubbed the Czar Gottleif Swain and .Stephen G rider consequence we have bought at our own price and you shall have the and has hired tho Opera House to make of the most unrelenting mein, endorsed of Philadelphia, are bent on commuting benefit of it. his speech in. of their end adopted by the democrats. It 13 For we intend to sell them at about one-hal- f Mrs. Louise Hawkins Tate, wife of suicide. They laid their hernia on the original value this in effect, though the rule which was and we intend to make this week the chance of a life absconding "Honest" Dick Tate, died at trolly track and tho car that came along passed by the Louse 212 to 17, differs time for our patrons to secure the most her homo in fcouth trauklort, alter a knocked them oil' but failed to kill them somewhat from the ex speaker's manThe Louisville Leader, the now repub lengthy illness. Next they lai.l their heads on the Lehigh of counting n quorum, in that the ner lican paper, is to makes its appearance alley track but were stoned away by A single highwayman held up a autocratic power which Ueed delegated May 15. With tho Commercial in the stage near Angel's Camp, California and workmen. to himself is not given to the presiding field, wo can not see that the new ven opening tho Wells Fargo iron safe took The pension business is the twin evil Ever offered. officer. It requires that the speaker This tells you how it is done: All Calicoes at ture will fill a long felt want. True, the of protection. It is undermining tho members, ono from each $2,000 in silver. shall name two Apron checked Gingham 4 jC and 5 cents; Tryons extra heavy 7- -8 Commercial claims to be independent, Business men in Now York, who character of thousands of American side of the pending question, if practibut it is only n claim, unsupported by employ 20,000 bovs, have determined to voters and pointing tho way to commun Hrown Cotton will go again this week at 5c. In White Goods we cable, who shall take their places at the anything that has yet appeared in its give preference to tho boys who do not ism, to anarchy and finally to despotism. have the largest and clerk's desk, to tell the names of at least columns. It is republican first, last and .We need a democratic revival in this smoke cigarettes. enough members who are in the hall of all the time. The capital stock of the Henry S. Carter, a drummer for a country, ono which will carry tho party during the roll call, who do tho House now paper is said to be $500,000 and that New York house, dropped dead while and the people back to first principles. not respond, when ndded to those re$200,000 has been paid in. sitting at the supper table of the Burnet Lnuisvillo Post, sponding, to make a quorum. In his In town, consisting of India Linen, Nainsook Checks, Irish Lawns, speech at the close of tho Congrees over Wk are glad to observe that our young Houeo Cincinnati. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Mrs. E It. l'ulliam, city treasurer of which ho presided, Mr. Reed said that friend, John A. Baird, has been promoIndian Dimity, Pacific Jaconets, Algeriane Stripes, &c. All of which the future world prove his position the ted to city editor of tho Louisville Times. Fort Scott, Kan., is short in her accounts PC Smdidge sold to Lee Thomas, will positively be sold for less than you can buy them elsewhere. In ouly tenable one, as it was a long stride Ho is one of the most laborious and ca and has been suspended from ollice, of Lexington, a gelding for $175. Dress Goods, we have them to suit the purse of the poorest and the in tho direction of responsible govern- pable young men on tho city press and pending further investigation. John Pepples sold to Walker A Bro., aesthetic A Berlin dentist, in drawing a lady's ment, and his word:! seem to have been will, we are sure, till his now place with taste of the most fastidious. Now a word or two about of Garrard, a hunch of fat hogs at IJe. prophotic. The democracy has had to that conscientious fidelity that has char- tooth, had his finger bitten by a convul .mini inn hoiu io (joorne a learn of its cnomioH. sive closing of her month, lie uieu in bunch of fnt heifers ami steors linker, acterized all his efforts. Mr. Sam at 2Jc. two days from blood poisoning satJr., Hon. UHlit Combs, of Fayette?, will It would seem that ainan who had isfactorily,who has held tho positioncritic Henry Montgomery, a notorious ne- put will become dramatic out ISO acres of tobacco this season. stuJied the Bible sufficiently to bo able For men and boys. Men's Shirts, we have them, in Embroidered gro, was hanged by u mob at Iewisburg, for the Courier-Journa- l. John Young sold to A. J. Catron, of to lecture on "S.iul of Tarsus," ouht to Tenn., Monday night, because ho hud Pulaski, a fronts, shield, plain and fancy l V. and puff bosoms. Negliges in smill bunch of 2 year old cathave read the 9th chapter of Genesis O.v our fourth pag is n picture of made some threats to burn residences. tle at $15. any pattern. Neckwear in profusion. Hosiery all shades and cjuali- did George 1J. Thomas Brackett with more profit than as ho appeared G. J. Hardin, who used to travel .111(1 Wendling, but it appears that he hadn't. atter losing his hat and takiuu tho lareeet with Bar mi in as one of tho tallest men ; ,1Spring liimhq are quoted , at 4 .to Oc t A Sllirt. kllPf 11.1 II tC "...w. llrnil' Itlf 1 jutltlliwi ni.tT.. IWS- ill.ll I'ill.. U cummnr VMlllll . . ,. rp, I II..I, t Along about the 20th and 21st verses cf 0no left that ho could find. Ho has a in the world, died at Strong City, Kan' (looted, rascally boy of your all for 50c. Our stock of Spring Cloth- the chapter referreJ to it is chronicled very largo head naturally, but tho largest sas, of consumption. Ho was 7J feet on,,,,,,. ' TheGen.John T. Croxton farm of "'R ,s st'" increasing and wc are the leaders in asrtment, quality that Noah brewed the first wine of which hat made in the country would look just tall. 156 acres in Hourbon county was sold and price. Don't fail to get the benefit of this week's bargains. wo have any account, and he drank as small on his head now, since his patW. H. Copeland shot Lawyer Harthereof till he was so blind drunk, he ent on counting a quorum has been ris in l'resideut Harrison's law office in mat vet'K in pumic paio ai jitv. The pndo of Col. John E. Thayer's pulled off all his clothes and made n adopted even by those who heaped con- Indianapolis. The men were brothers- farm near Boston, is a yearling by Ptani- spectacle of himself. Ever since then tumely upon him, when he first applied and tho trouble was over a law boul, 2:07 J, dam Silverone, 2: 10 J, by men who have tarried long at tho wino it to practice. suit. cup or looked oven upon the wine while John C. Barkley, tho truckman in Tortopa, with lfll pounc's up, covit is red, havo made as big fools of themIt may be sot down as suro as any- Wall etrett, is dead. Ho boro tho disA. URHAXSKY & CO., Proprietor selves and Mr. Wen Uing is no excep- thing in this uncertain world of ours tinction of having handled more gold ered threo miles on the Victoria Jockey tion. After lecturing at Lexington he that there is not a ghost of a chance for and silver bullion than any man that Club's track in t':2:iJ. This time is unT. D. RANEY, Manager. precedented. went on a tear and while he did not do tho populist candidate for Congress in has ever lived. Tho entries to Harrodsburg trols unthe Noah act, ho behaved almost as the 2d district, or Tom Pettit would not If the bill to divide Kentucky into close Miy 1st. Five dollars nominates. Tom seemly, and camo near being run in. havo declined the nomination. two Federal court districts and create The result was he missed his engage- Tit never gives up if there is an earthly moro ofiicee, becomes alaw, J. R. Samp- - Write to T. M. Card well, secretary, for ment next night at Richmond and made show. The pops arn't in it in Kentucky son, of Middlesboro, will be an applicant entry blonks. Hlack Wilkes, tho noted sire, drop a highly cultivated audience indignant. or elsewhere any more, it is refreshing to for the judgeship. ped dead in the streets of Lexington. Alas! that men should continue to put record. Henry Bowling, once! sentenced to Ho was owned by Col. W. W. Adams in their mouths that which steals away In its effort to print the the no wb while death at Mt. Sterling for killing Leo and valued at 16,000. their senses. it is fresh, tho Interior Journal some- Brown in 1SIW, receives only a The guaranteed purees of tho HarThe death of the wife of Defaulter time overleaps itself. For instance it sentence on, the second trial. Tho law's rodsburg Fair cover nearly all classes of Is Kocoiving His Dick Tate has put his friends and other announced a week ago that Editor A. J. delay is the law breaker's hope. trotters and pacers. Only $5 to nomidisponed people in Frank- Casey, of the Owensboro Inquirer, had sentimentally The wifo of Wm. Reeder has cued nate. Entries close May 1st. Write to fort to renewed effort to secure a pardon married a wife, when tho fact was that Police Judge Jones and Marshal BowT. M. Cardwell, Sec'y. for him, but if'Gov. Brown is tho man tho interesting event did not occur till man at B&rbourvillo for $10,000 damages Liberal premiums given to saddle Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. we tako him to be, he will let that monu- Wednesday. for killing her husband. Both men aro stallions, mares and celdings at the Har mental thief die where he has hid himunder indictment for tho murder. rodsburg Fair, Juno 27, 2S.20. Write for Juikjk Caswell Bk.vnett seems to self since robbing the people who so often Without a particle of warning Mor- full particulars and entry blanks to T honored him. L'nero might have possi- - have made his calling sure for a renomi-natio- n gan O. Colt dropped dead. His tathor, M. Cardwell, Sec'y, Harrodsburg for the appellate judgeship in the who invented tho revolver which bears bly been some excuse to let the fugitive For tho second time iti 16 years the come homo to boo tho wifo be had dis- 1st dietrict, and that means that his elec- his name, lived to see many men drop nnch crop will be a failure 0:1 W. H opponents dead in cousoquenee cf his ingenuity. graced and wronged, die, but since she is tion is assured. All of his ClHy'sfurni near Klizihethtown He h is gone there is no earthly reason for have retired from tho track, leaving him Frank Phillips, one of tho parties 4. (W0 trees eoverini:20 seres and there is at present a to Kentucky except to underhis return who figured in tho Hatfield McCoy feud, not a peach in the orchard. .Nothing go penal servitude for his crime. was shot and killed Monday night, to- daunted, lift will put in 1,000 trees not The wif.j of Jell' Gullett, ot Macofiin, As uuial, luring seuircd 'he a0ency for the Oalieobnia democrats tako no stock choked hor step eon to death, while he gether with William Bovins, a detective, imH. Our horse jingo will bar the inspecin Sena'or Hill. Tiireo thousand of lay upon a sick bed. She hated little by the Rickett boys, whom they were tion of thofo interested in that :ln.ti of is not her gain. Sho pursuing. them in mass meeting assembled at San follow, but his loss Tno contract for completing tho literature. Tho dnpresinn in tho trade Francisco, resolved that his utterance on is in jiil and will ho hung if sentimon- s has bwn let has allVrted our advertising patronage in the floor of the Senate in a recent speech talism doesn't tako tho place of sonso and Middlesboro V Comic n fc Rogers, of Knox-vill-- , that lino ovoi- - four columns. to McFarlan, have aro traitorous in their purposes, false in justice. The best wheel made. Work will bo less than bix this year, against over nine for about $40,000 their assumptions, absurd in their logic The Hon. Gus Richardhon, of Meade, commenced at once and pushed to an last. and excite the indignation and derision has Pt hst got a job. It is an $1,800 early completion. E. Usiiaker it Co., shipped Io ot the Democracy of California, and his clerkship in tho collector's office at Louis Friday 14,000 dozen gu.s and Senator Palmer has introduced in undemocratic course with reference to ville; not a very exalted ono to bo sure, the Wilson bill is repudiated. The de- butsutlicient togratify the present desireB the Sonato a bill repealing tho Stato 7,000 pounds of poultry. W. I). Sutherbank tar, but prohibiting tho issuing of land bought of Thos II. Clay 4,500 mocracy all over tho country repudiated of this perennial office seeker. money by State banking institutions or bushels of wheat at o2J cts., on cars. It Mr. Hill two years ago, and it has had by any other corporation or person ex- will ho shipped to Atlanta, Ga. Winnumerous occasions since to prove tho Ur to tho hour of going to press we chester Democrat. wisdom of tho act. have had no information that Willie has cept national banks. Tho strike of the American Railway Tho New Harrodsburg Fair, besides Ho ought The newspaper correspondents at Lex- paid Madaline that $15,000. Union employes of tho Great Northern its guaranteed ptfrses to trotters and to walk up to the captain's office and ington must think that tho world is attaining alarming propor- pacers, will open a stake for saddle mares He seems to have had that worth system is greatly interested in Charles J. Bronston. tions. Every division save ono i af and goldings of any age, to close Juno On an average of once a week they send of worth of fun. fected, and of 4,495 miles but 200 milefl 1st. when it takes 5 to nominate and out the information that he will not run $2.50 to start, payable the evening before. Col. Craudock has applied for and are in unmolested operation. for Congress as if anybody cared whether gotten an increaso of pension. No body of stake guaranteed Amount convicts at Frankfort mado $150. The he will or not. Mr. Bronston is a great will object. Tho few survivors of tho chairs in March, valued at $19,578, Write for entry blanks toT. M. Cardwell, man, doubtless, but too much of ono Revolutionary war are welcome to all upon which thero was a net profit of secretary, Harrodsburg, Ky. IEvcry thing yon can think of in the Fine Chinaware line. Call and thing, oven if it be over so good, finally they can get out of tho government. 8 1,845 65, which with tho hire of other examine and get prices. induces nausea. Letlhis last declination "AND YOU'LL REMEMBER ME." a not incomo convicts gave tho Stato Chaunckv Dki'ew save ho was only in from their labor of $5,201 55. stand for good and all. (Cy Warman.) fun when ho said in St. Louis that he At tho democratic judicial conven- Ono evening as the sun went down are quite a number of offices o was a candidate for the presidency. Tho There Among tlie golden hilld, tion in Nashville a resolution condemn- collector of customs in small places like statement is superfluous. Tho country ing l'ruBluent uieveiauu a silver viua And silent bhadowa soft and brown, ataniord, Ky. Paducah which cost a great deal moro took it ii3 a joke. Crept over mid rills, and his appointments of Groshaui and I watched thevales bats dusky than thoy are worth. Tho total receipts Mac Veigh was killed by reforri ig it to Dip down the dusky lea; of these useless offices last year were WEWY NOTES. Hardening, hoard a maiden slug, committee and hastily adjourning. and their expenditures $00,001. An "And you'll remember n e." Another promising oil well has just Johnson county has 27 candidates economically administered, government for the ollico ef jailer. been struck on Ottor Creek, in Wayne "When other lips nml other heart," demands that these sinecures be abolErest J. Knabu, tho great piano county, by the Kontucky Oil and' Gas Came drifting thrtugh tho troes: ished and tho bill ponding in Congress to maker ut Baltimore, is dead. Company, which concern already has ti "In language whoso excess nupm-nt,that end ought to bo adopted. Wiw Imrne upon the brmzj. Three nero children waro burned io number of producing while in thatjec-tio- Ah! love is swcot and hopa is btrony, This will make the eeooud largo Mas. Blackiiuun denfea most emphat- death in n cabin near Pinevillq. And lifa'd a summer mt. A woman's soul io in her acne; W. II. Thomas A Son, tho big whwkv due, and oil in it was found at 160 fset. ically that Bho rondereil any pecuniary "And you'll rememlier me." Sheriff Collin, of Wayne county, assistance to Miss Pollard in the prosecu meu of Louisville, havo assigned. Topton, lturel county, hm a new Michigan, a number of deputies and a Ktill rippling from the throbbing throat, tion of her suit, with which sho had : : nothing to do save to tostify as sha felt it postmaster in the person of I). M. Cov- number of I'oUw were injur!, some With joy nkin to pain, : to. Wfiore tho young woman ington. totally, by a riot of striking la- There btouhhI u tenr in ftvury note, probwbly her duty A nob in overy Mrain; a Lloyd It idabaugh, a proapurous fanngot tho money to hire high priced borer near Detroit. The strikers set up- Soft as tlie twilight shadows creep is still a myatory which promises to er of Calhoun county, W. V.i., hauged on the BUttnlTu men with shovels and Aoroflg the listlow lea, boas unsolvable s the conundrum: Who his two children, mid then took his own the laUer tlrud upon tho Polos. A num- Tho singer sung her love to alsap With; "You'll remember me." life. Htruck Win. Patterson? w ber nf the strikers are under urrest. 00 lost week Gov. Knott had the courago to designate n spade by its proper name in Last April 20, 1S94 speaking of the pension enormity. which Stanford, Kv., year it amounted to $159,357,000, more than tho is more tbnn cost of maintaining the German army VV. P. WALTON. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal In his admirable speech in Louisville vorce because Thero will bo no strike on tho Queen In Colorado n wife was granted a diher husband cut off her and Crescent agiinst the 10 per cent, reduction of wages, is to havo a World's bangs. committees of tho Fair in various railway labor organizations on Japan 1S05 and foreigners aro invited to send that system, having agreed to tho bcrIo. Thero is a new turn in tho affairs of exhibits. TREMENDOUS ! 6 OR 8 PAGES. during tho same time. The expenditure will amount this year to from $1S0.000,-00- 0 Fully $1,000,000,000 to S1S9.000.000. of this is paid to people no moro entitled to it than the epenker, whosaid he made the statement deliberately that tho object of the reckless appropriation was to influence votes. If tho sol diers thought the pension appropriation was a bribe thoy would spurn it, but, nevertheless, it has that effect in thous ands of instances. Ho denounced the expenditure, not because of tho money it took from tho treasury, but because it was one of the pestilential brood of consequences of a violation of Jeffersonian democracy. The expenditure degrades tho dignity o( American citizenship, demoralizes labor, and is sheer robbing, clad in the garb of statutory enactment. Ho favored honest pensions and pleaded for a pruning of tho pension lists. ulti-mato s mrvon IE !J sister-in-la- w WrmrliFiil Rnmninc f 4c; Nieest Assortment Furnishing Goods .t.... f.N11 Mc-Ke- e, li-e- I !.. I.-- J in-la- w LOUISVILLE STORE, STAXTFORD, KIT., : H.G.4RUPLEY.-- -- ton-year- s' (&& SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. I BSlll 1 walk-ove- r. water-work- VICTOR BICYCLE, J. K. VANARSDALE, 1'hil-ndolp- Bet-ti- GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE, e. 10,-!- )" CHAMBER SETS,' DINNER SETS, &c. . FARRIS & HARDIN. J5,-09- 9, " n. We Have Got Them. - law-yer- H. WEAR EN & CO, mmme?mmmmFmmm ie"M'u l mi m cwBrfgKiTTtmewiv ix-- 3 Loaio 917, N. S. II. II. Sire liv Stonewall Jackaon, Jr , Jlarrlt'), by Stonewall Jackson 7i, by Wathington Dtnmark 3 NSBOTH 10016. SUndard Itulofi. l SADDLE 11m HORSE CLASSIFICATION. altcil N Denmark li ore o the bred tadd.e llrecre Wlkea will m ke ti teaaon of ifi4 a itillloont in Kentucky Hat gikxl mane and tail and too J, long, rangy neck. Don't (ail to ace my place, iV r.nlet from SUnloid 011 the Ruth llrancb pike, him. a. IH'NIIAK, Ix-- lit lilted It. 61.1 After witnussin;,' tho mafpiificent exRecord i:mjj. Will remain In the stud till June 1st, and then go into A, L. Hutchlng's hands for Logic's tat dam by King William 67. (Ilhnd hibit of tho gaitod padillo horses at tho Hilly) by rVanhinitton Denmark, by lllack Den-t- o training. a ik Columhifm exposition in August taul Slrod by WalBlnrfbam 2100, Sue of Latitude, a.ioK and j or 8 others in the Hit. and dam by Mlller't Denmark, by Denmark, by Mcsicugcr Puroc 106, sun of llambletonlan and tire ol Elaine, i:w, Sei)temler lat Chief Buchanan was i dam Tinsel hy Imp Hedgeftrd the dam of Norlaine, yearling record a n yd clam by Onttot's Telegraph, by Telegraph, very anxious to lrnvo the exhibitors reby llill'a lllack Hawk, by Sherman. 1 dam Hess lister to lamea Howell, Jr., by llambletonlan io,sire of Dexter 1:17. turn their horses as a social fcaturo of 41I1 dam by 'liller'a Drpilion, by Drinker's by Harry Clay 45, nre of the dams of St. Julian, ainKi Hodine 1.19',, the J dam (easieSayic Drennon, by Daxycrockett bhow of thoroughbred and 12 more that have produced a 30 trottert; also sire of the dam ol mid Slh dam by Oliver, thoroughbred trotting bred horses, which was l.(K'c Is a t try substantial horae, beautiful red Electioneer, sire of in in the s 30 list, r" held n few weeks later, and with tcret with line marie and tail, which he tarries dan by Liberty, ion cf Lance, by American Kclipte. at ucar to perfection aa ahorecau. Hat a fine Waltlngham iifti, tire of Naboth, Is one of the youngett sons of George Wilkes J19, record 1:11, who that end in view ho requested Gendlanotttloii; ilnvet i.lcely and for his handling he it a fineailor, Keck, Trot, Walk, Canter and ilred Harry Wilkes, I'ljVj. Guy Wilket , Mie Wilket, i.is't, Wilcor, :i6, and 61 others In eral Jolui B. Castlenian to prepare a Slow Pace. suitable, classification. This request on can tee from hit pedigree that ho it a very 1.30 Imt; also 41 pioducingsons and 19 producing daughters. high bred taddln horae, and one that will aire Note. Naboth it a bay horse, 16 handt high, foaled June 3, i333. Hit pMigree contains the blood afforded the president of tho National fan y will make the of llambletonlan, George Wilkes, Mambrlno Chief, Pilot, Jr , and Harry Clay. tailed aaddlcrs Saddlo Horbo Breeders' association aeaton at my farm, lour Ironi Danville, on Interior Journal the Danville and Stanlontmiles l.itie at an opportunity to set forth in tanturnpike At Insuro a Living Colt. gible form his clearly defined ideas of tho utility of the gaitcd hor.-- o under tho My two fine Saddle Stallions, , TO INSURE A COLT 4 WEEKS OLD, Stani-okdl Kv , '20, 181)1 $10 pndillo and also in linruess. It is tho prido of tho breeders of this class of A lien el.iined on colts until payment of horhes that they admirably antwer both service Hen standing tesuil the litrti time See him W. P. WALTON. purposes, for a well bred, thoroughly before you breed, l'aduic hi r per luoiith. Grain Will alto make the pretent teaton of 1891 at the low price ol SIS t) Inturea Living Colt, ttoth are broken saddler will uso his gaits under led at reasonable ralet, which muat be paid before elegantly bred and ture loal getters. I w also stand mares aic taken away. paddlo and when put in harness will A E HUNDLEY, hold strictly ton trot, and as ho is fitted Danville, Ky in form and finish for harness purposes Carpenter's Station pike. Stable two miles South ot lluswnville on Moreland Ti he becomes a most valuable "combinaJ. K. BAUGHMAN, tion' ' horse. A classification with prizes Morgan Denmark li a bay stallion, ij hands Huttonvtlle, Ky : was prepared and submitted to Chief high. II la iplendidlr bled it a glance at lilt pedigree will tho lie will make ihcj tcaton of Buchanan, and only tho lack of funds STANDARD, 1S04 at my Ublon the Datmlle V l.accaslcr prevented its adoption. Wo take pleas-ormiles Nortli tf Hubble, ilke, Mredby Petotkevj'jj, aire ,l Ji wel t 15, King . in printing it and commending it to a it, Dora Martin a 19. lup 2 19, Mary At $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. lotka I'jS and ait other In a 'Up litt altoaireof lott a 30 fair managers tho country over as wortwo on and two daughtera that hate produced STANDAIID. thy of incorporation in their premium Car taken to prevent accidents but not tuponal-bl- e standard apir! dam Klua Jane, dam ol Maud Metsenjer ; Koaled in lS3i; ,Y Handa lllfh. lllack Stallion aheuld any occur rirtt lists, suiting tho nmount of prize money, Morgan Denmark wai foalnl In iM licit by 1 ifr)4 and Merit a j) by Gentle llrecre 1456, sire of course, to their hcveral abilities: On! line, cn ol hlonewall Jackaon. itt ilini, I.a ol I'earl a 10. 113. SADDLE HOUSES TO IIK KXHtlJITl.l) UMILH SADdj Morgan, bv Stunrwall Jackaun, jml dam by Secuud dam Kilty Hlvers (dam of ller'ie Gir Sirod by tho Great ijl by Ahdallah t M.nre of Almont, llelmont,Ac irglnlua, jrd dam by Matchless, 4th ilam by DLE. by Almont 33, record 2:37. I dam Alice rhitil dam by tied Jacket (aire ol ihe drill o Tranaby Standard of performance to bo that required a dam by Norman 15. Reil Wilkea) by Comet, aon ol Sbtrman Morgan Morgan 4 I1I14I1 semi-Weekly Worlit'a I'nlr Dl'iiUy of C r?2ra8Sa - - rTr.rV'--intffTJri,'-- lJ ;uf ?&?& The jvaste -- ;- iwiSfl Eelegantly bred Trotting Stallion, Onward Standard Messenger. Hred by Charles Dunn. $25 to Ai-ih- ing daughters. nt dam Lady Messenger, by Hutch nson's Cbief 13420. SIRED 11 V ONWARD CHIEF 4495. lly OnwarJ iii, record a 15!, tire of 4) In the i'-list, alto 17 producing ton, and 16 produc STAR DENMARK and WILLIAM L. 111 morgan DenmarR. Two Fine Jacks at $8 to Insure. A-- Breeze Wilkes, and dam Eliza Jane, the dam of Maud Messen-s"- 1 161',, Merit 2 37, by Gentle Ureere 3456, tire of Pearl, 2 30, Ac. 3rd dam Nitty Klvers. dam of Uertie Girl, 437, by Abdallah M, aire of Almont, Ilelmont &c. 4t dam by Red Jacket, tire of the dam of KenMadlton Wilkes a a8K and tucky Wilkes srrandam of lied Wilkes, So bo, a 17, Liiiie Wllkes.j 7ii, &c. Hay horse, heavy mane and tail, with size, style and finish, and representing tome of the bett trotting familiet In the whole country. Should make a great ttock horte. Will make a ahort season at our stable 3 miles west of Stanfor I, at jji1. George Dictator Dictator ... Young Twyman 386-2- o $10 To Insure A Mare In Foal. J. A. & S. T. HARItlS. Stanlord, Ky. SENTINEL 21479. 3 dam George Dictator will make the toiton ol i84 at 313 to Inture a Living mare. Co't or 5 the Season. Hubble Ky At $10 to Insuro a Liang Oolt. t.leti retained on colt until teaaon money It laid Any breedcrpartlng wnh mare forfeit! inturance CHARLES DUNN l' Hay atalllon, nearly 16 The all call Saddle Stallions handt high; foaled 1IS6; bred by George F. Kcene, Shelbyvllle, Ky. Don-mark. WALLACE DENMARK 55, ANt- - Sirod by Mambrino Lo Crand, Son of Washington 1 LEXIS! 262. The above named ttalllont w,ll make the icatoti at my larm milct weal ol Ituttotivltie, ucar Ctrpcmcr'a Station i', English Ilv Abdallah :- - Hunter. 16 ilam lllack S Ik a dam by Yellow Jacket, .....by Drennon. , ...by Highlander. a great saddle horse. Wallaco Denmark 55, trah Combined, Hay Stallion, Rnri all the ja ti to perfection ami without any In trott under 40 r ilircti and . lly Sumpter Denmark, Jr ho by Goddard'a di Denmark, he by (Unite ti CrCnuapll'a Drnmark, will aland Hunter the teaton ot iSji he by the race hurt Denmark, he by Imp lledgi at my stable mi.ei from Shelby City, on the lord. Knob l.ick and Tuincrtvillc pike, 1 dam ...r"anni Wallavc No. y, by Sir Wallace, he by Todbunlcr's Sir Wallace, ho b) Sir Albert (thoroughbred to Colt. a dam . . by Vlrgmlut Id a in of Irgtniut by Tran- by, (trioroughbrcdj he by Alston Whip, linnrougnoroi j Money doe when colt It fueled or mare tiartnl a Whip Mare J dam with. I will alto stand the excellent voungjtck. 1 Km-llt- h flrtt dam the V'm l.utk taddle mare, the by Davy Crockett ton of Denny'a Drennon, bv Imp Diennon Abdallah Mei'engrr, aire of Knglnh Hunter, la b Mettengcr Chief, aire of Maud Mittengcr. hands hltfh j dam TanMS. Sameai above. Will alto ttand one good JACK at to Insure a Living Celt. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky Mca-aeng- cr ltecord 2:291. (Only 4 months' handling ) "Sentinel GOoJ. by tlin rules of tho Katlunnl Horto Htcedcra' By Almont 1st dam Mnttie, by Shakspeare. association. 2d dam by Long's Ilambletouian. 1st. 2d. 3d. $Tj 1123 Stallion 5 years old or over.. 3d dam thoroughbred. 3) 125 ?j Almont Sentinel G054, by Sentinel 2S0. Stallion under 5 j ears old WO 75 Mnro 5 yoars old or over LS 1st dnm Allie Gano by Almont 33. T0 123 T5 Marc under 5 years old 2d dam Norma by Norman 25. 125 Gelding any ago 75 0 Sentinel is a handsome bay horse, 10 SWUni'KTAKF.S. hands high, fine mane and tail; is a sure Stallion, inaro or ccldiiig, nny 200 125 c 75 foal getter. His colts aro large a'd stylSADDLE AND I!AHM.S,TO nr. IIIIHJF.N TI1IST AND ish and arc a high class of trotters and tiicv nntVE.v. roadsters. Sentinel was formerly owned $2U0 Stallion any nuo $123 ?7j by It. II. 0. Mitchell, of Mitchellsbnrg, 123 7u 2u0 Maroanyagc Gelding unynKC Jit) 2j 75 Ky., and vn9 owned last year by Gcorgo COMDINLD SADDLE AM) IIAlt.SF.SS MATCHED Afford, McKinney, Ky., who made the TEAM.. season of 1S'J3 with him at $15 to insure Mares or gcldlnzs to 1m owned a living colt. and used nit n ten in at time This excellent horse will make the seabo of entry by exhibitor: to son of 1894 at Middleburg, Casey county, ridden first and then driven Ky. Owing to the hard times, we will as team of light harnessed ..$) horses $200 123 $75 be-cau- Wo rememlier when a boy of being Insure a Living Golt for $12. At $8 Insure a Living $16 tho Innurn.nco. Four yeara old, i handt jinchet high, black SI lorn handt high lly Wallace lennark j, with while pninlt, hrav bone, good ttylc and ec lee pedigrmol Wallace Denmark ct Mag 17, by Vidrtte by indtx, he b fa length Sued b) Gov Kecuc Gov St. John'a I dam lllood't Black Hawk, he by Old lllack itt dam I'ollv Wood 1. bv Tuliey t Warrior: her Iconrt Vtdette'e lit iaiti by Whip, dam an Im hntly Hawk. The above bred vouiu lack, whoto blood ! dam Old Tiger id dam Gallatin dam bv Mambrino Chief 11, line tracet twice to the K'cal W arntr lamily and Vindea'a in the noted lllack Hawk, the greitett of the d dam by Old Hay Mettengcr, jj dam Warrior family with an inlualoti of freth imooited by Cannon't Whip dam ...... Julia Wl ace, by Sir Wallace, he by blood clote up, hat proved a ureal breeder, both J Tndhunlcr'a Sir Wallace, ha bf Sir to marea and 10 Jcuneta, will atand Albeit, thoroughbred. to a Colt, ) dam.,, ..by Virginlut, he by Maton'a Whip, At (Thoroughbred, a Whip Marc 4 dam.. To approved marea, and lit. foi Jennett, withcut ditlinction aa to aei of progeny II, F POWELL. $10 tbo Inrsuranco. is XSlock committed to my care an.l breeding will receive my ptrtontl attention. Grai furnlihed at reaaonablc ratei to bo paid before removal of ttnek. No retponttbilltr for accideota or eicapei. Part-lo- g : with Hock forfeltt iuauraocc. J. STKEI.K CAKI'EN I'ER, Huttor.vtllc, Ky This llticly bred atalllon will make the seaton ol itji at Cook' 1 Spilogt, 4 mllet Katt of Stanford L.cxcl 262. Governor St. Jo hn, ll $8 Insure Living forbidden to rido tho family horses it would "spoil" them for driving purposes. It is high timo that such an idea should bo shelved, if indeed it anywhere exists at this day. A gaited horso trots when ho is mado to trot, racks when ho gets tho signal and canters when put to that pace. Ho knows all his gaits thoroughly, and bo knows as well as his driver that tho trot is tho gait required in shafts or at tho pole, Tho adoption of tho classification suggested will materially assist in tho development of a class of horses of tho highest possible utility in tho city and on tho farm. Breeder's Gazette. Money due when colt comes or mare patted with. Care taken to prevent ac cidents, but not responsible should any occur. Will alo stand a fine mule JACK at fO to insure a living colt J II. ALLEN & BKO . Middleburg, Casey County, Ky. Welchmont 6367. Son of William Welch, aon of Ryadyk's Ham-bletonito, out of Pauline by Almont Forrest, he by Old Almont, he by Alexander's Abdallah, he by R) ad) k's llambletonlan 10, all standatd and rec litertu witn an me trotters yoi sides, with rt cords as low as all over. Several hate shown a 2:35 gait. He is lull 16 bands high, black as a crow; imparts high knee action. His colts make fine New York saddlers. He Is a fine Individual and stands Welchmont imparts trotting action to his colt Dillard Denmark. Money EflGLE Parlt. : BIRD. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. due when coll it foaled, mare parted with or bred to another horae. Lien retained on all colls until aeaaon la paid Gratt furnithed marea at $1.50 per inenlh. Will not be rttpomlble for accidents, should any occur Dillanl Denmark wat tire'l h Double Denmark, he by Montrutt 106, the Kra,c,t " ol high data taddle hortea living. Montrose descendants won over moat everything- la a t aeaaon Dillard waa shown at Danv lie when a and won second money. He hat been handled very little but will be put in training alter a tbort teaaon and ahow n, rirttdam b Washington Denmark; Second dam by John DltUrd; 'third dam by Gray Katie thoroughbred. Double Denmark by Wathitigton Denmark; id dam by Shtopthire'a Tom Hal Dillard Denmatk ia a beautiful dark sorrel, 16 handa hnjh He liaa proven himielt a breeder ol large, handaome movera, Thia ia a fine horte if he had no pedigne; but we do not hraiute to tay that he it one ol if not Ihe bet bred taddle huraet in the ciuutry. .Saddle and combined horaes handled at reatona- bis rates. J.K.COOK. Rowlann, Ky -- This space belongs to- - Wlnticrol the fjoo Stake at I.eaington. Winner of Swrepatake Premium at I.eaington Winner of Aged Premium and Swrepttaket at Won Second Money in (500 S Islet at Venalllci. Won Third Money In $400 Slakca at Nichols-vlllWon Fourth iTJLCES I3. CROW, Owner of :- e. BELMONT SUMAC, lvrKXNriNrETr, Will make the season of 1894 at W W. Hays' milct West ol Stanford on the Stanford Apike, at the race track, at - -: CHIEF, IDI80 KY. Monoyin iyxt StakeiMt Stanfo d. Won the SiooContoIation Purac at Danville. Eagle llird la a beautiful brown with amall atar, tanda over 16 handt high, hai tUwing mane and heavy tall. Eagle llird waa alredjby the great King Kagle, winner of muro than 40 lllue Tiea. Flrtt dam by Star Eagle, ton of CabbeU's and dam'rby Hamlet Denmark, 100 of n; 8689, OaiO 00 And others, t mx Poultry In tho Garden. A subscriber wishes to know if it is pood farming and profitablo to allow at Hustonvllle at my stable at chickens, geese and ducks to run in $10 to Insure a Living Oolt, or among small fruits, or will tho poultry $5 the Season, destroy tho fruits? Geeso ought to bo kept out of all pas- Lower than any ether horse in Kentucky bred D. S. CARPENTER, ture ground or garden, because their like him. Hustonvllle, Ky. droppings seem to poison vegetation, oven grasses. Other stock will not feed after them. They need a small pasture by themselves. Ducks aro pretty good gardeners. tRace rec. 3:24, fifth heat H m'le track.) They aro scavengers und inect destroyers and frequently lire let into tho gar- Will make the season of 1894 at my place, den because of theso traits, but they miles south of Stanford ought to bo watched Let them in for an hour at a timo whilo you yourbclf At $10 by the Season, or $ 5 to aro busy in tho garden. Insure a Living Oolt. I havo known chickons In gardens seemingly harmless, but I think that He has proven hlmielf a breeder of fine stjle during the ripening of small fruits all and action, and can be seen 13 satisfy anyone interested. kinds of poultry had better bo oxcluded. In 1891 Pence started tn ti racei, and won eight That is tho nafest way. They aro hard first meneys and three tecends. He is a game race horte. For further information call on or adon peas and beans jut coming up. C. A. M. PENCK, dress W. M. in St. Louis Republic. Stanford, Ky. PENCE, 18444 1 If KllfMV. Waahlngton Deumaik, jrd dam by Harris' Denmark, ton of Mlller't Denmark. Eagle llird will aland the teaaun of iSj, at my farm two rullct West of Stanford, 00 the Shelby City pike, SILVER TIP 169. Denmark Cheif. 0 le DnnnauhE 3612. : 2nd. Denmark Chief will make the present season at At $20 to Insuro a Living! Colt. Money or caah note will be required when the fact $xo to Insure a Live Colt. $5 to Insure a Living Colt He ia a nice bay, M handt 3 inches high, five years old. lie saddles well, but has not been trained. He is by Hutchinson Chief. No. 11420, by Mettenger Chiet. Hutchinson Chiefs first dam bv Sentinel; ad dam by Alexander's Abdallah; 3d dam by Red Jacket; Messenger Chief by Abdallah Pilot; lit dam by Mambrlno Messenger, id dam by Mambrino Chiet, 3d dam by Imp. Na. poleon. Denmark ChlePa 1st dam was sired by Sumpter Denmark, he by Goddard's Denmark, he by Gaiuea & Cromwell' Denmark, he by the race hone Denmark, he by the Imp. Hedgelord. His td dam was by On Tin., vl dam by Red Lion. Marcs parted with forfeits the Inturance Will make the season three miles from Crab Orchard, on the Crab Orchard and Stanlord pike. SAMUEL COCHRAN, Crab Orchard, Ky it aacertalned. Kagle llird ia one oi the grandeat ahow honea in Kentucky. Monte Criato, hit uncle, la the only horse thown in the lllue Graaa Circuit, thathe did not defeat. He could be relied upon.to (make a gallant anow whenever called upon and alwaya finished as game as a race horse, although tome of the "knowing ones'' pronounced him no good. , good colored At a breeder of fine, colts, ha la not aurpaucd byjany horse in Kenhigh-styled- Thit fine Hackney Stallion will make the season of 1844 at my faro 00 the Crab Orchard pike, three unlet from Stanford, known at the John M. Hail farm, and will teive mares At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when the fact is ascertained or mare psrteil witn. ConnauKht sd 351J is a fine individual nnd fineat action of any horte in the coun try. The Hackney It noted the country over for-ile. action and endurance They have been bred for tnete qualities for over 100 yeara. Connaucht id was bred by James CeVer, of Ileetley Hall, East Dereham, Norfolk. Was tired by Victor of Ileetley iSjy; dam Ilonnle 1015, by ThompHighflyer 1056. HewasimportedbyA.il tucky. son, of Crawtordsvllle. Indiana, June 3, 1893. Mares from a distance will be furnished grass We think the Hackney crotted 1 asTiMoNiAU with after May tslatSi.toper month, and must be paid good Kentucky marea will make Rood tellers and horses for the Eastern market. Lie Thomas, Lexington; at the removal of marts. Care taken to prevent E. D. PxriULBTON, Norlolk, Va. accidents and escapes, but not responiible should Call and ire this excellent stallion. any occur. LINCOLN COUNTY HORSE CO , By A. F. MonaKt-v- , Stanford, Ky. Parting with or removal ol marea forfeits the insurance. . mule jack at j; to Insure a Will also stand a una living; colt t) Description and Pedigree. Silver Tip is a beautiful red bay with hiud anklea while, fine mane and tall, i$; handt high, foaled May cth, 1888 Aa a breeder he is not surpassed in the State. We sold a tearllng colt of his get to 8. Mays, of Catey, for Jjjo and we have never had a man to say he was not pleased with his colt. As a show horse he It at good at there It In the State. He was show n in the JjcaJiweepitake King at Danville with 18 contestanti, which wat pronounced to be the best ever shown in Ky., and he More the third lie. Sliver Tip was sired by Stiver King, he by On Time, he by Stonewall lackvm. Firtt dam by Skedaddle, by Oliver, ton ol Wagntr. Second dam by lied Lion. Silver King'a dam was Mollis Mounce, sired by Cabbell's Lexington, son ol lllood's lllack Hawk. Second dam by Young America, ton of Taylor's Meisenger. Skedaddle's first dam by Medoc, and dam by Trumpeter, 3rd dam by Aratut. Mares bred to this horse will be kept at reasonand able rate. Care taken to prevent accident escapes but not responsible should any occur. Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted IIEAZLEY BROS. & HAYS. with. Stanford, Ky. u n-j1 They had been talking of the different 266. occupations of men und of men in genDenmark a6c, This line saddle itallion, eral when tho teacher asked tho head of will make the season ot 1S04Chancy stable of Col. at the tho class if ho know what a wag was Underwood, J4 ol a mlie Irom Hubble, Ky., on Failing to give a satisfactory answer, the the Rush llrauch Pike and, little boy 8poko up. "I know, mam." $10. "Well, what is a wag?" "A happy dog's Chancy Denmark 365 is a bay horse, full 16 toil, mam," said tho boy promptly. hands high, foaled 1587, tired by Hubble' On Boston Courier. Time, dam by CId fstonewall Jackson. Hit colts Chancey Denmark, Will Serve Mares at Awaking to tho Grim Iteallty. Jacks For Service. JOS BI1ACKBTJK1T, GILT EDGE 261. REGISTERED. Is a coal black Jack, white points, 15), handa high, heavy oody aud good bone. lie la by old Bourbon (hiel, the noted jennet jack of Madlton that Tit-Bit- s. told for $1,000. Bourbon Chief was sired by Hercules, he by Imp. Hercules, and hi dam by Imp. Espartero. Ilourbon Chiefs dam was by Col. Lear'a Imp. Napoleon 3rd, and dam by Iluena Vista, 3rd dam by Imp. Castlllan. Hue-n- a Vitta was sired by the great Compromise, he by Tippecanoe, he by Imp. Warrior, which wsi acknowledged the best jennet jack ever in Ken tucky. Ilourbon Cbief is 16 i handt high without .hoes. He is a coal black with n ealy note and style, The following excellently bred Jacks will make for form, weight,Tom action and appearance he Curtis' 1st dam was by Joe the season of 1894 at my place on the Stanlord & has no equal. Phelps' big jack and her dam by Sam Phelps' Lancaster pike: jack, and dam by Black Samson. Tom Curtis will aeive Red-mno- Mr. Saphead (during tho honeymoon) When did my littlo duckio darling first discover that sho loved me? Bride (sweetly) When I found myself getting angry every timo any ouo called you a fool. are fine and of good sire and will compare with anybody's saddle stallion. Will also stand two royally bred jacks at the same place. TOM CURTIS. ... w M. RUK. l. it. WORLD'S CHAMPION, KU BY SECOND JEWEL 48. CENTRAL PARK, DANVILLE. THE K.P.WOODS. j Stanlord, Ky. BMGNOLE Gambonito ttjolist, 1 : 8419, and 41 Data by old Stonewall Jacksen. This fancy saddle stallion will make tho season of 1S94 at our stable i mile from Mllledgeville, Lincoln county, Ky.. on Ihe Stanlord and Mllledgeville pike. Owing; to the scarcity of money, we will stand him ei Will make the present seaton of 1804 at the farm the lttc L. D. Garner, j miles from Crab Orchard, at Race record 1:14, winner of the sweepstake premiums for standard-bre- d trottars at th Woild's fair 1893. SlredbyGambetta Wilkes alio,, lire of At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money dua when the colt coses or mare par'ed with. Mares grated or frd at reasonable prices. Not reinjnslblc lor accidents should any occur. Gilt Kdjfe is a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mano and tail, it hands 3 inches high; wat foaled Sept. u, .ecu anu it ;cricci saouic nor&C. Gilt Edge was showed as a j.)ear.cld and look the swtcpttaLe premium at Kirkavllle and Danville and in hie own ring at Harrodtburjr. Thoie who want to breed to a gooa saddle stallion are cordially invited to look at our horse and see him move. He wai sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark. His tint dam Minnie by McDonald' Halcorn. Second dam by Wells' Crusader, bit itt dam by Stonewall Jackson, he by Wathiugton Denmark, he by IllacK Denmark, his lit dam by Crusader he by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mountain ma.e in $6 to Insure a Oolt 4 Monthn Old. Abdallah Messenger, he by Messenger Chief. Firtt dam by old Lexington, the fine Saddle horte. Urlgnola is a Red Hay Stallion, Saddle and Harness Combined: 16 hands high: fine strle and ac tion and has fine mane an 1 tall. He was sired by dam Maud, bv Garrard Chief, site of Basil a.iS, anu Lady Ycistr, dam of 5 in the j:jo Hit. a dam Nellie, by ton ol Billy Uoice 3:14, by Duke Cor-bea- idam br Helm's Yorkshire, thoroughbred. Will make the aeason ot 1894 at Central Park at the low pricj of GLUTTON, JR. This fine young Jack will serve a limited number ol maret at Eight Dollars. Season money due if mure Is traded or parted with. $25 To Insure A Living Oolt. mares bred and in foal should chango hands, money due at that time. Mares kept at reasonable rates, but not retpontible lor accidents should any occur WM. SI. RUE SON, Danville, Ky. n NOTE.-- H W.S. GAKNKR. Crab Orchard, Ky. MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, Mllledgeville, Ky. I The noted Jack that was bought at Levi Hubble' a aale for $i,6C ; by 3rd i'rince, he by ad Prince, he by Imp. i'rince. lit dam Daisy by Ome, lie by Irvine' Dixie by Klckspoo; ad dam Ij,' handa high; sired by old Bourbon Chief, Nellie Gray by Lord Wellington; 3d dam by Jim Porter. Will serve jennets at $15 for jack and Sao whose pedigree Is given above. His dam was Clack Jennet, she by a Jack by Jason Walker's jennet colts and will also serve a lor Castlllian and out of a full staler to Ilutua Vista, who was out 01 a jennet by Black Samson. He Limited $10. will stand at SO.will be due in all case where of Mares The service lee mares are parted with or leave th country when such fact is ascertained by us. A Hen re..Will also stand., tained on all colts till season fee Is paid.. Doth Jacks have proven themselves s breeders. Alt colt insured till four months old. Itf taken to prevent accidents but not responCart sible should any occur. At Eight Dollars. UNDERWOOD BROTHERS, Hubble, Ky. Insure all colis lilt .uui iiiomhs old. Lien retained till season money Is paid. Wncn mares or jennets are traded or removed before the fact Is ascertained at to being 1 fo.il, insurance is and makes seaton money due. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but not retponiible should any occur. Thanking our customers lor their past favors we solicit a continuance of same K L. HUDDLE, 6 Lancaster, Ky. MslTii inassl Jennets at $20 for Jack and $15 for Jennets Colts; Mares $8. DBoin.r"boan. Caaief. Number at : I first-clas- 2 Otlier Good ule Jacks ed Pott-othc- -- im tt -- r- "OUT OF SCHOOL." Tho clock strives two In my parlor, With Its sort and Mlrcry chtmo: There arc voices and merry laughter, And I know that now Is tho tln.o When three little roguish people, Whoio tasks for tho day ore o'er, Will run up tho old oak staircase And In at my open door. Their fond little nrrafaro round mc; Soft Hrs to my own ore pressed: With merriest smiles arc dressed. Dutono Is so sad and tearful, As It lies against my owa And tho poorllttJo heart, and tender, Thus utters Its childish moan: "Oh, why, mamma, do you send mo Where tho hours are all so lon-- f I try so hard with the lessons. Hut I always get thqm wrong. At home, with you, I nm happy, Hut thero I must keep the rule When I am a great grown lady, I uovcr will go to school " Oh, how shall I tell my baby, With her sheaf of golden hair, With tho soul through her brljht eyes shining. So free from sorrow ond care, 1 hat my lessons nro only longer, And sterner and stricter tho rule-T- hat wo who nro gre.it grown ladles. Wo never nro "out of school" M. E. Van Duyne, In Harper's Uarar. Two br.'Bht Uttlo laitc-hln- faces ' A LOVER'S QUARREL. Tho Story of n. Jonloua Girl and Hor Losson. J Rest." "Oh, I mean it. I am not one who docs not know when she has been insulted." "Xina, you do not know anything yet," said Ashton. "When I have told you- -" "Told me?" said Nina. "Well, I scarcely need telling. You invito me to the races, and when you nre almost there leave mo alone hero until they arc over." "I left you to save a life," said Ashton. "Don't touch me or speak to me," said Nina Wilbur, as her betrothed husband, Ashton Craig, came up the steps of the low veranda of the 'Farmer's of it! it," said young Crnig. Now that there was no going back, "If tho girl had been killed there were plenty to take care of her beside she felt that she could forgive him alher escort, whom tho people told the most anything. And just as she came landlady was not hurt, though he was to this there was a sudden rush of sisters down tho path, a kissing and thrown out. and Incoherent cries of: "Ohl "Oh, I've been nearly wild with mortification, and thnt good old soul igno- she's ever so much better; there's not tho least reason to bo anxious. We rant, of course, but ho sympathetic know you'd como at once. Hut, ohl how she has pitied mc!" " 'You don't seem the sort to be used how pale 3011 are. And don't you feel so, miss,' she said. I'm going to give proud of Ashton?" Nina simply stared at them. you her very words, plain as they were, "What has happened?" she cried. and so impressive. 'You don't know "She doesn't know," cried the 3'oungor mon folks vet, my dear,' she said. 'When you are my ago you will, to sister. "Ma made Ashton promlso not to tell your cost That gal that was run away with is one of the sort that come her until this morning," said the eldest "Hut what did ho say to raako you to the races in crowds. When they get come?" said the third sister. young man their eyes on a "Ohl you ought to be proud of him; tlvey don't take 'em off in a hurry. She cumo to quick enough once she got but for him it is terriblo to think how things tho way sho liked 'cm, and he's wo might bo grieving now," said the been with her on the grand stand all middle sister. "You know Cousin Rodney came tc this time, while you've been cooling your heels here, my dear.' That's what ask ma to go to the races with him;" she an experienced old grandmother Isaid the eldest sister. "And wo made her go," said the told me." "Blessed old lady," said Ashton, "and youngest "And ho didn't understand the you accept her views?" "Why, as sho said, if all had been horses," sad the middlo bister. "It was right you'd have sent sorao one to bring a new team." "We'll uevcr speak to him again," me over, instead of telling mo to stay here," said Nina, "and she said things said all threo together. And they ran away. like that often happened, only usually "Oh, good heavens! Was that mother! the parties 'were all much of a much as Rodney driving her?" panted ness;' of course I don't know exactly what she means by that," faltered Nina. Nina. "How noble; ho never told -- ho kept "Exactly!" "Not exactly but it is evident that his promise," said the elder iister. "Yes, a few hours' intercourse with an ex- dear, aiuMJodney's head was cut open.'' "Served him right," criod the chorus. perienced old lady like that is a liberal "And ma fainted nwny, ami the doceducation for a respectable girl." "Well, 3011 prefer this version to any tors thought hor dead." They all began to cry. I can offer," said Ashton, coldly. "When Ashton brought her homo ivc "Oh, you cannot Klip out of it like all shrieked," said the youngest "Hut that," said Nina. "I hope you havo had some lunch," she is quite well only we mako her lie down, you know, and she'll be so glad Ashton said, ignoring hor remark. wo were not frightened." 'Sho made mo take some salt clnm "Ashton is the noblest creature," soup, and a miserable piece of pie," the said Nina. "If I had had my mtrpo chorused as sisters, and Nina, turning as red sho had been pale bofore, pi1-'me I should h with tny Mil and gomo home, but I was not prepared for burst into tears. "And I am tho meanest," sho conthis insulting conduct." fessed. "I did not know whom ho had Ashton walked away and paid the bill, and soon the vehicle in which rescued, and I quarreled with him for they were to return was ready. Hut staying away all day, and sent him all tho way home ho kept perfect back his ring this morning." "Oil," groaned the chorus, "I don't silence, and made no attempt either to believe ho will ever forgive you, and explain unythlng or seek forgiveness. Nina was vtsting mi mint, and at you do not deserve it!" Hut just then, looking up, whom did the door of this lady's residence ho paused, assisted her to alight and they see entering at tho gate but Ashdrove away lth a very polito bow, ton Craig. And tho look ho gavo thorn never once looking book, as she saw convinced them that he was not In n very angry mood. plaiuly. Indeed, whon poor Nina turned her liy this time she, being a woman, eye toward him and held was nearly mad to hear from his lips what had happened to listen to some outlier trembling hands it was imposstory which might give her a ehuueo to sible for l;im not to melt outright, and the sisters knew that the beat thing to forglvo him. liealiy, it seemed impossible, when be done was to leave tho two together, she thought the ihatter quietly over, which they did. And shortly after that Ashton could have played so low Nina nnd Ashton knelt bcldo tho mother's couch, hand in hand, and ou anil shabby n. trick. The old woman hud intlucneed her Nina's finger shono onco more her enstrangclj'. At best It v as very wrong gagement ring. "Don't cry; I'm perfectly well, and of. hiin very. unUln.il but if. his hud the truth and pleaded only abhnmod of having fainted from the mother and oifercd oxctibos at least bhe fright,'Nina Could said. Hut not have given anamo would havo been able to play a digto all the emotions that mingled in hor nified part-Noshe felt that sho had neither bosom and sent Mich a shower of shin ing tears down her biuooth cheeks. spoken nor behaved as a lady should as one should oven to a Only she know that sho was at ouce no, not kindly, ashamed and comforted, and that for friend. tho first time slnco their engagement have listened to him She should sho fully realized how well sho loved sho burst out into that tirade, and her Ixjtrothcd husband ami how glad sho entered her aunt's houso with such bho v. as that she was soon to bo his a face that that lady cried: wife, Kansas City Times. "Why, what's the matter where is Mr. Craig why didn't he come in? Tho roller cotton gin was used in I've a lovely high tea ready. Why, Asia mid Africa before tho dawn of auNina, I believe you've quarreled with thentic history. s of a cm-braciwell-dresse- "The girl was not thrown out," said Nina. "It was well enough for you to stop the horses anil carry her in when she pretended to faint, but to send me a note telling me to stop where I was until you came for me. and stay all this while why, as I said, it is an offenso beyond forgiveness." "As I said, you know nothing about And then sho burst into tears and was forced to tell tho story her version of it, of course. She meant it to be tho truo one, but in the case of a quarrel, people are apt to make tho best story for themselves, In very "Wo were very near the race course," she said, "when a cnrrlago clashed past us the gentleman was thrown nnd tho lady was in danger. Ashton mndo mn nllcrlif rmil cro Into a little eotintrv hotel by the roadside then dashed on, and, somehow, I cannot tell how, stopped tho horses. The girl was not ' thrown, and I saw Ashton tako her in his arms and carry her up tho steps of an elegant hotel not fur away. Later he sent me a note, telling mo not ' to coins over on nny account, but to stay where I was until ho came for mc. lie came, after the races wero over, and made neither explanation nor apology." "Why, that seems impossible, Nina," said her aunt "What did yon say?" "Well, I was not very amiable," said Nina. "Hut could you expect that?" The aunt shook her head. "lie should have explained," sho said. Nina could not bring herself to tell her nuut what tho old landlady had suggested, or that she had actually repeated her words to Ashton. It all seemed so low and coarse, now that sho thought It over. "I supposo ho forgot me," she said. "In that case," said her aunt, "never forgive him; I would not" And Nina went to her room in tears, and, during tho wakeful night, resolved to return Ashton's ring ou the morrow, which sho did by express, with a scornful word or two written upon the most elegant note paper in her possession. After this sho told her aunt that sho would go homo nt once; and that lady, who, though delighted to entertain a niece who was In a cheerful mood, had an aversion to tears and low spirits, agreed that it was perhaps tho best thing sho could do under tho circumstances to go homo to her dear mamma, who would give her the best advlco possible. I'oor Nina! As, her journey over, sho walked up tho garden path leading to tho door of her suburban home, how heavy was her heart She began to realize what tho old minister and her grandfather meant by saying "all is self-defens- e. How Much Rain Will Fall? A Slinmeful Accident. ( .nPl C , ; I iy Ok-Dolly ' m. Aw, Cholly, mo deah felloh. what can bo tho mattnh? Cholly (in diro confusion) Oh, Dolly, call a cab quick! I'm mortified nearly to death. The ferrulo camo oil my cane wight hero in tins public thoroughfare! Puck. Itendy to I.eiirn. JSMfflli &&--' 4.cZT,f&tW .rutin 'r . s 99 1 1 - G?CZrZJUlA . -- A 7fc m. j vanity." Sho hud been so proud of Ashton and of her engagement to hlra, and sho was ashamed to tell her friends that all was over, nnd then the heartbreak Jnstico (severely) How could you, sir, bo so mean as to swindle people that put Attk.stioMCo.nkkiikiiatb Vktkkam-- ! confidence in you? route has been The Queen it Crem-n- t Prisoner Well, judge, I'll mako it designated as the cllicial route to the Reworth something to yer if you'll toll mo union of Confederate Veterans at how to work them as don't. Life. Ala., April 25th and 20th, and OF LAND. I'amlly Sijuubbles. the Q.& U. train No. '!, of the oveniui; of April 23rd, selected ah the official train LINCOLN CIRCl V COL RT. J nfii,-- - '. for tho veterans in Kentucky. TIuh hae Ileiijimm llUckcrby's Devnecs, &c , I'lllt .S been done on account of tho splendid aointt Itlaikerby's fee, Octl, Notice of talc. service, quick time nnd short lino, ami I'uisuaiit to a )"d(mrnt herein at the February from tho fact that tho Q'leon A Crescent term of this court, the underMglicd comminflncr on has authorized the alo of tickets for thix Monday, April occasion at Half Hates from all points in Kentucky. The rido via the ,(. &. C Iteing the flrtt day oi tre I'.airanl Countvt'ourt, t Lan- the takes you near the famous Mill Spring befurn Kv . cojrtnouttthedour In the ittownm and h"uro( a. between asiKr, Tho Elephant See hero, you! If yon field, past Point Hurnside; over P. m., sell to the highest and betl bi.loer at i ) iv ever lay a hand on my child again, I'll battle otitcrr the trait o I ind drtml ed in the petition. the famous Cumberland Plateau, and jiidgment aad eshibttt and ordered ta be sold. yank that state's prison suit of yours past Waldeii's Ridge, Missionary Ridge, plumb of! of you! ConUiaing 10G Acres, Tho Tiger Go on! G.t out of this, over Chickamaupn Creek, and to Chatta and Lookout Mountain. I.ow In Garrard toi nty, Ky. in the watertof I)u iioo'-you lumbering india rubber mountain! Hirer and hound-x- t at follow, ti -- It On the If you givo mo nny more of your jnw, Ratfb! You should not niies thooppor t by ihe lands l J J. Walker, on the by Oiv River, on the west by the together utility to attend. J. S. Loith, T. P. A, I'll tio thoto two tails of yours t Lexington, Ky. W. C. Riuesrson, G. P. lands of Jeremiah llland and on the ly ond uso you for n polo ball! Truth. Mrs. Jamet l'oen. This valuable A , Cincinnati. soM for the purpose of the division of the farm proceedt ameng lieiijsaiin Illackerby't dcvitevt Ilronklng All Uecoriln. White Bear and Lake Minnetonka, and will be said as a whole. Courier-Journhas The Weekly struck a popular noto in its weather guessing contests. A wonderful amount of interest was taken in the oiler of $1, 000 for the closest gueesea to the coldest day and temporaturo during February, At Louisville, nnd much valuable information was gathered by subscribers on the subject. This contest has just been decided, there bein ''S lucky guesserB. The Weekly Courier Journal now makes another oiler on the pnme line. For the ek'H'Bt ut'PHFs to the amount of rain that will fall at Louisville during tho month of May, the Weekly Courier-Journwill Rive 1,000. This monov will bo divided into 10 presents ono of $500, two of $100 each, two of ;30 each, four of Each gut'w --'0 each, and llof $10 each. must be accompanied by fl, to pny for ono yeai's tsubscription to tho Weekly Courier-Journatho best democrat paper published. Tho ruin fall is uieAEtired, to the hundredth part of an inch. The heaviest irnin-fula May during tho pnat '20 yearn ecvtn inches ami forty-eihundreds of an inch. The linhtest Mnsjone inch oven. The measurements ore made by tho Government ofiicials of the. Weather Bureau at Louisville. Sample copies of tho paper with full particulars of tho contest, will be sent free to nny address. Writu at ouce, as under no circumstances will any Riieesea be received after April J50th. Addr-s-LouWeekly Courier-Journaisville, Ky. al al l, Ky. Midland R'y Shorten and quickest between POSTED. ..,.enof,h.law.MSlgnA,dmvirz Thisnatlce forewarns hunter, fisherntec and lands without ithersnottatretpati on ourprosecuted to the per ful uission, at all suh will be T. D.NKWLANI). G. C. LYON. FRKDHAUMANN. Cincinnati mid Frankfort Only Direct Line between Frnnlcfort, QoorBotown nnd Pario, Cfirllalo, Mayovlllo, Oynthlnnn, Falmouth anil Oovlnprton. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Time Tablj April t, iSaj. No. 1. No 3. TUAINS KAST. p. m. a. m. A Leave Kranklort 4 ao 7 00 ' Summit 416 76 " Klknorn 3 7 11 " Switrer 4 40 718 " Stamping lireund.jaS 431 No Trains 7. R. L. WHITE. J. L. IIKCK. T. C. HALL. PKTER 11ALMKR. IS PHILLIPS. J. K IlitUCE. p. m. t 00 110 1 all VERS HOUSE 13 14s " " " " " Duv&ll Johnton ( l5eort;etowii...ll ...746 S. Defot Newton 7 fl 734 . .7 o 3? A 4 jS 11 304 s 3 no 00 ' 33 ix 1 P. W. GREEN, Prop. This stable, which Is run n connection with the n M)n House, habecn supplied with well-kiiuw- ' l'l.allk.,1. Arrive 1'ans " rttitrevllle .... 80S 816 C o 3 31 3 3 jo $39 315 it 33c, 4 Lot of lit A Now Buggfics,Horaes, Carriages, Wagons, rn- -- niuimer't Suppl.es and It better than cvfi itupply the public with prcpaic) FIRST-OL-AS- S - TRAINS WEST. No. j. No. Arr Ccntteti.le.... .. rtrr Nevtnn Atr C. S. Depot . . icien-titlcnl- ly Lvc Paris .. C Arr Klisahe'h .... a til p 4. No. 111. - . q 13 y ao 003 6. 60s a. m. I No, la p. m. 4 4 ll x sS b '7 4 641 Arr Otnrgctown II 10 .W 7 47 "45 H 47 Arr Jontim J5' 18 00 rr Duvall to S7 it it A rr Stamp's Ground iini .V 7 Air Swttxer SO ..ti 10 7 IJ 11 17 Arr Klkhatn 7 90s 11 jj a Air Summit 714 Arr Frankfort .A .. ..it 30 7 33 9 '3 A connects with I.. .V N. H cot nects with X C. and L. S. C connects with K. C. 3S Personal and piomplattention 500 Parties and llurials. f KIOS OF, ALL KINDS. given to Wedding 1 Si" 5 3" P.W.GREEN, Proprietor AL1IUKNS, Manager Schedule Nov. i;, ilyj l, LEAVK NORTON DAILY 10 00 a m. Lve to 37, arrivn r rankloit yd l'J:50p m for Graham. Illuefield, PoeahonUi p. m. Lynchburg, Rlchraocd and Norlolk. uiii,iv Part Irnm UnanokM ta Norlolk also The Keutucky Midland Kalwayand contiec tiotit iorm the shortrtt and cheapest route to all from l.yucnburgto Richmond. points NHith, Kat, Sorth and West. Trains lor I'ocanontat, rowr.aian anil itooiin Vex further information apply to their agents. will leave lltuefield daily at 6 Jt a m, J . p 10 . .ua III..m.J.I A a a nt ati.l mi ii tti itsllv Il.i C. I). lltltCAW. Cell Agent GEO. II. HARI'Klt.Oen Supl Kemita and Columbus, O., Chicaoand all points West. Pullman lieper on ono p m tiain lor Co- (Seor-rrtowUeort-etown 1 1 SCNDAVTRAtNS. Leave Franklort 900 a. m; l'" 1 1 UFH)U. 11 llirm-ingha- Com mi nsionor's Salo I road M Trains arrive at Norton Irow the Eatt daily at 40 a m. at t Fr furthetlnformatn Norfulk scheuiet.rsteil .V Wettetn Rail .JPI'lyto agents of II. Gen, Past. Agt Itaanoke, F IIRAGG 1IKVII.I., a. .Ss.; w m?V25sr 32 -- Denj-imi- a 1 -- .. Trav. Pats Age.in San Francisco. Portland. 111 A World's Fair Record. 23d. CHICAGO IA- 40-10- 0 fijHiM' Ci) tOUIsVUH klwAHAtCHiat3fil v1- - a south-ctt- sauth-we- tt notih-wci- PULLMANSAND PARLOR OARS. ONLY LINK FROM LOL'ISVILLE thela-dao- f 1 d Tho beautiful summer r sorts of Minnesota, should not be overlooked by tho.--o seeking a retreat at which toppend their summer outing. These famous spots are best reached by the Wisconsin Central Linen, via St. Paul. Through trains are run via tide popular route from ChicflRO nt convenient hour-- , equipped with Pullman ves iibnlu sleeping cars, day coacheH and din-ircars Mrving a cuisine uneipinled. Full particulars, mapp, cuide hooke, etc., will be mailed free upon application to Jp. C. Pond. General Patsent-eAgent, Milwaukee, Wis. e r rotseisloti wid not be given the purehater until the itl day uf January, hereafter or dered by the court tube Klvcn sooner, Minnie llUnd, Katie Walter and Elisabeth Ulackerby, hellt and deritcct of llprjimin lllack-erbbeing infants under it scars ol age, It is that their tnteres't in the proceeds ef tale W not collected, but mnain a lien on the larwt told until their ietrctie guardians onulc the lonls required by law, or until they rcipeti-elamve at the age of n years. Tcrmt of rale O a credit of i and i months, the putchaser to esecute bond with approved tc cunt j , payable to the Com'r, bearing ft per cent, interest from day of sale until paid and having the fiitc and del of a fudgraent. upon which the execution may stue in hi later if Dot paid at ma tunty. Lien reter.ed urtil all the purchase money it paid. RC WARREN M. C. L. C. RUNNING - DINING - CARS. wriii: to E. II IIACON. D P. A.. P. I.ttiiitvtlle, Ky. y, J. ItKF.n.G PA. ChUagf, 1,;, St. Paul. Denver. THE WKEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L Ruv a Cooley Hardin's. ' Creamer at Farrif & Turnpike Election. tun U Is a ten pJgs eight column democratic newspaper. f everything going It contains the HENRY WATTEItSON It the editor tw- -t . PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. L . The WEEKLY COURIEU-JOURNAmakes lite annum mrcnns lor ine eiixiion ni a i resident and liuard ol Oirectirt fur he Knob Lick very literal terms to agent', and glut lrc preTurnpike Co. will h held at tho Mrs! National miums for clubs. Sample copies 01 Ihe paper and ft four pagr Pre mttim Supptemesit sent free to any Hank of Stanlord the ist Saturday In May, ad nte to Milf red Isn't Bessio 11 very original nnd stockholders are r en by notified 13 l.r.K, I'res. girl? tLll tu. Marilron had txen cured. Me procured the tame L ThoCOURIER-JOURNAown wordt: "It cured me uip Maud I should think fo! Why, sho medicine, and to alto hitay; 'A ntlfhlor and hit rlihl up. He ho pro- wiM were both tick in bed with rhcumatitm Enid "Yos" to Jack tho first timo I.OU1VII.LF, over to and i.ild they 'the Thwr bojr posed to her! Brooklyn Life. told him were o bud he had to do the conking. Semi of Chamberlain's latn Halm and how it had cured The aeniiil meeting of tho stockhoklcrs of the A (ioo-- l Tent. tne he got a bottle and it cured them up in a Tnrticrsvllle, McKlr Bey ,V Coffey's Mill Tump kc Aid Ihe wcik 50 cent boltlet lor sale by Dr.S. U. lockKuad Ci wi I be held at McKinney ist Satnnlay er. Drtigzltl.Stanfo'd. i in May, 1I94, at at. in for the purpose of fleeing III. Courier-Journ- al Direr 'ort lor the and Our bettcrhalvcssay they could not ktep home al'rr-UenII F G'lOOE. I'res 1 yejr without Chambcilaln't CourIi Kemedtr It is iti Will be tent vue year to any adJtctt I ir 3S d in more than half tli homes in LkhU Sunt W p WAl TON. AddrcM. Iowa. Th.t (hows th esteem in llro... M httrf. rd, Ky whkh that remedy Is held where It has been aold tor i and Iswrll ku wn Mother hum ) that tlipte U nothing to Good for colds, croup t r rt.t and whooping ouch, ihst It curei the--- - HtlmetiK quickly and permanently, and tr a' it it pie sant : l'he annual mining of the stockholders ol the s HuitonMlle .V Carreater's 1,'ierk Tu npike Co. and talc fur thildren to take. 15 and $0 cent S. O. Mocker, Uri'irK'nt, "tan will be held at llu touvilleon the tit for sale by Pr in - rf electing AT Miy, 1S91, at a p .11 , for the jm lord cnlcers lor the eiitulug Te r 1) WEAI1IKRFORD, I'ret W. tj Buciln'aArnlca Salvo, A: lleguinini; on the let Mondft In Mttrch, -the tett salve In the world lor cuts, brunts iSyi, and n eaih lint Mndat tlicrealter, a Mock sores, tetter, chapcies, uUcrs, salt rheum, fever Market will he held at Ottenlienii for the sate ped hands, chilblain, cornt and all skin erup el Monet, Cattle, Sheep ami Hogs IVtsons havtionsand positivily cures pilti or no )iy rcquu ing stock to sell or thoic uithlng to buy are intll-10- I ed. It It guaranteed to lmvi perfect satisficliso to attend. 1 litre will te ihi charge to any. i'neo 5 cents per Lot, money refunded, or WM LANI'GRAFK, body. A tiH'etlng of tne stockhuldera of the Stanford ft w0r sale by A. K. Penny, Stantord, Ky. OttinhciS', Ky, Mitlidf-evillliiiiinike Co for the el'Ctin tt a I'retldint and Hoard of Ditictots for the entiling sear will be held at McCoriuacks May 5, 1891. W W MtKIl lltlCK. I'rea. 13 I ' Tho'o who ncer md the advertitftrfntt in their nrwjpajicrt mix more than they prrtuttic KcnUoti, ol ltohn. Worth county, lu Jonlhin boon troubled with rheumitiim In hn uhohit-- i back, irmi and thouldert, lead an Item In his rarer about how prominent licrmin clturn of It ij, lii-e- i. CO. 1 Turniiikc lUccllon. t K. Weekly Interior Journal, 1 lilt Weekly u-- Ac'ii:f'!fLUiifVt"ii'. 7S. TiiTiiiikc Election. lot-tie- STOCH1 MARKET Mi 0TTENHEIM. if ' -j Turnpike Eleclion. e "I'll lift him by tho tail and bto if ho'a a thoroughbred." $100 BEWARD i 1!II "" Tlu'lr I When llaby wan Jlefc, vw kit hr Carton.. Wlien, alio wft a Child, sho criinl for CuHoria. When fine bocamo Mis-- iho clun to Castnrf t. Whoa .he had Chlklnm.uhe Bvethpm OvwrU. ui,. l.nena.1 aHV..I t. isiall tIf C tt K ..e. ' f. iiiiii-.iiiiinj r k tr if 4 loblednl part ol Its contents, and for The Mnckholdert of the lluttur.ville A' Coffey's tne arrest ami cunviction nt giinir parlies. win MnlTurnpike Ro.nl Co. will meet at Dr. Hiowb's parjioo. J. A HAMMtlNPS. utlice ill llmt.nvillti nt htituiday 111 May, ivi, at itiibble.Ky a p. 111. to elict a l'retidctit and Hoard ol lilrec-to- rt Vfv tila-.' '"ii ami I think 1 tf Turnpike Election. for the ensuini; year C C. LVON, I'res. Turnpike Election. Fruit Trees For Sale I ! WET? STIFFEN From that old complaint wl en you can l'e pcrma nently cuted by an tcar-fllle- d . tf.... 1 .. . e?.I'l.11. fie siuchnuiuers ui i' c oinniuru v iiiiBiuuviim Turi.t..ike Koad Co. will hold r their annual election , . .........CII- t i ia IICVIUIS l llir il iCIlUCIU HUM iHMIU UI ll liu'ive. Tun er ills.-- , at 1 ti. m.. the 1st Saturday J F. CASH l'ret. ln.lr,-l,- i -1 -r 1 1 Electropoise Life Trcar.11 I Others hivolieen cured, why not you ? r. li U Disease Cured Without Medicine jot an electric belt or hatttry, hut a simple k me treatment which caustt llie .nlire boily cf tho patient toabiorh At;our Fruit Farms and N'urienea ono tnilo West of Kin'srilk), Lincoln county. We have a lino a stock of Fruit Treos as any mnu ever handled, reaily far transplanting ntu orchard and garden tins r'.ili Orchari.s of Apples and Peaches will be assorted toaiiti ctittomeis at io litt hundred. Tho trees aic nice, the varieties the best. Everything needed to iiukn home attractive and the children happy will ba found here. For circulars address J. A. McKKK & CO., Klngsville, Ky. Ci A roeetinj of the ttocklioldcra ol Knob I.irlc, McCe trr.acks & Turneisviilx Turnpike Co. will bo held at McCormaclH May 5th, iw'M. t a p. .. for the purpose uf cles,tleg ofhecra lor the ensuing I v (JOVEIt. I'ic. year. ..i Turnpike Election. 11 For Two Cents (a Of 1 only-coufev- Turnpike Election. sniiii! mectitiof the stockholdarscjf the Stanford ,t Hails Oi-- Tvirnnike Hoa Co, fur the election of a i'ji'sulent and llotrd ut Dutw.tors for the cntuiiig )Kir, will b huld at Vandevicr'a Hun; in Stuuford on the itt Siturdav in May. '94, at a p.m. J. K. LYNN, Pios. The stamp) any reader w TlIK I NT UK OR Journal can have a sample copy of The be-for- o Old Gottorof So you really lovo our daughter? Chnrloy Van Now I do. Old Gottorof Wry well, you may have him." . pound of cotton, cleaned by means of her. But don't ti'Vo her from us too soon, "Don't TpcaU of Mr. Craig," said this gin, constitute a day's work. my boy not to boon from her old faNina; "ho la tho most contemptible Theodosia, tho Creek name, means ther and mothei Not beforo tomorrow. creature l wish I had never seen Promise mo tbav Puck. him." given by Uod. Three-quarter- about Itj If he cau not till sk your sjtit lice. you write to us for one ol ourbook NothiDR has ever received o many testimonials twiirtv nersons. many 01 wnom a.e krown to us Westirlt Recorder, Louisville. The Eleetropoite Is a myfitery to me; almost a miracle. I'.ldtr John 1. Rodger. Inoue ulght tho Klectropolno relieved me of the brain and vertigo. Ucv. Oto. Ky. II Means, Co opi-aA friend ol mine was entirely cured of the kev. W, W. Ilrucc, habit wilhKlectropolse. Iluttonvllle, Ky. l'he Iileciropoiie is a wonderful instrument and work, how it Ills more tvoudetfulas C. toUnuley, dees its LouisPlows) yet it does it. T. K. ville, Ky. T. Address DuUols Ji Webb, 509 Fourth st , rn. Turnpike Election, The tharehiMlera of tho llancitM Fork .V Green Kittir Turnpike Road Co will meet at Ward's tore in McKimicyou thu ad Saturday in May, saVti it a P '".. for llie purpose of electing a President and l'oanl of Uirectots lor the ensuing year, m ij J. W.GIVUNS, 1'rca. Turnpike Election.' I'U. .A.l.l.Ky..Hni .1... t..uU lf.AnM1. rl..Mr.llFa lie iiukniiuihn.ui ,uv nuan i.mhi I. . u.ii,ji- Road Co. are notified to meet at Hubble 1st Satur day in .May, t34. to elect a iioaru 01 uircctors tor the euiutog ytar, 13 'Sfjuthcin IMaazinc by "dropping a line to its publishers at Co lumbia IJ u i d i n g, Louisville, Ky., and can obtain a club rate on the Magazine and this paper by addressing the publisher of Tun Interior 1 c, Ky, Journal. Semi-Week- ly i f the guest of tho Abso- - j ciation and is receiving iu warmest attentions. Dib. Steele Inily and J. G. Skk tho new jewelry and watches at Gkkui.nk John II. Stetson to 00 hat nt Carpenter entertained him at dinners at Ky., - A run. '.'.0, 189-- $2.18, only one to a customer. 11. F. Penny's. Ho can't bu undersold. Stanford, their houses and others will do so. He Jones b'on. You will find tho best stock and lowest is a Virginian by birth anJ an honor to lv you liavn't paid your ISOiJ account prices at A. It. Penny's. . her. E. C. Walton, Business Manager at McKinnuy Hroi.', please do so at once. MATRIMONIALMATTERS. Mote Ballknouii, the excellent colored We must havu our business settled up. MEANS BUSINESS. mm cook, is now chef at Tathain Springs HoJcpso Kays ami Miss Nannie Miller, Many merchants have left ofT buying Spring Goods altogether on Weddinu bells are ringing iii Jk'v your ncliool books iukIhcIiooI tel, Washington county. both of Doyle, slipped on" to Jen" and got and (he nicest line of presents are ol nil kimta at A. It. I'oiiiiv'h. account of the hard times, but we, knowing this would be the case, W. H.Ct'iiTis is building neat cot- married. on milo at Dank, tin jeweler. See our Watiiiw, rloi-kf- and jewelry We know people will Tho greater number of divorces lake have bought a much larger stock than usual. tage, several hundred yards tliis side of ninl warranted. KiiKriivinu a 8 pot-ity, stock beforo you buy. place between the fifth and tenth year want goods and if we have them we can sell them, so at A. 11. lVniiy's. Mr. Monroe Curtis' on the opposite side. , of married life. Twknty-fiv- r men's percale Tub lart'HtHtock of Drat-Tin: Congrtesional committee of tie Perfumery, Pnlntn anil Wall Paper at shirts with two collars and collar attachMcFerr.ui Crow, son of Rev. Win. A. K. Penny's. a Kpociol-t- y. ed and also without collars. Call aud 8th diittiit has been called to meet 1 Crow, of Richmond, will marry Mips Lawrsncebtirg, April 20, to fix tlioinan-ue- r Dettio Smith at F.iyMte, Mo., on the 25th. see. .Severance fc Son. aud time for nominating acaudiJate. Miss Nettie Phelps, of Richmond, a PERSONAL POINTS. mi; utai .L....I L1 vnu it... Km..- aciucicu siuwk ever shown in this section. Tiikiik h no ni'stako more common in relative of Mrs. Dr. C. Fowler, and who Tmii.y Jo.nlh rutiirm-i- l to Pino-ill- conversation ami sometimes in writiiiL', Mits. Ol'h great sale of sample shot's has Ihh frequently New small check woolens at 4SC and 90c. visited here, will be maryt'Htertlay. than tho use of expect for suspect, Tim been tho talk of the town; no wonder ried May 2, to Mr. Xew wash bilk at 45c and 600 John Hooe Ruell. Mu. ami Muh. H. S. WiniKiw wont to wordu are not synonomous by n good w hun wo aru selling $'560 and $1 shot's Mr. William Frederic Cabell, formerNew wool challies at 18c, 2Sc, 50c and 60c. and slippers for $1 US. Another lot just ly from Louisville yesterday. dual. Hustonvillo, whoro he has many New Irish lawn at Mim. J. ,'. MiClaiiy Ib visiting Mib. received. It. F. Jones A: Son. friends, will marry Miss Mary Louise, Wantkh leO.000 lbs. of wool. Top ham CuclirHii in the Hast 1'nd. New Percales at 10c, 15c. A Kiiirqi'KNT visitor to tho various daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. EngMita (iKUTiaiiK Giiady, uf Columbln, prices guaranteed. Call on mo at New Ginghams at 5c, 15c, 25c. or Johu Kllis at Hustonvillo, churches hero says that the organ in one land, of Lebanon, on the 25th. is tlie Kiirst of Mrs. Dr. A. 0. Cox. The marriage of the Graud Duke of or J. M. Durham at Middleburg. New Satteens at F. M. of them has been moved no often of late and 20c. Mies Maiiv My sua, ol MlllerHhiiru Colthat he Is reminded by the choir of a Hesse nnd the Princess Victoria, of lege, spent a few days with Mlb Florence Ware. New Dimities at toe and ... took place Wednesday in the prescat never satisfied with tho nest of its Truuliunrt. Mk. J. II. Hilton, the hustling d New Organdies at 25c aud 28c. f ' ence of tho royal families of England kltteno. Mh. Samikl Hkii aud wife, of Husf merchant, will shortly niovo his New Swivel Silks at 50c and 65c. and Germany.ttCoburg, the scene of the ton villi, vmited hiii brother, Mr. J. M. stock of general merchandise to Livings Thk Myers House had a tlue dinner ceremony, was crowded with people. New Princess Duck at yesterday in honor of tho doctors and IMd this week. ton, much to tho regret of the good While celebrating their crvstal wed New Hatistc at Muh. 11. M. HA1.1.0U and children, of Mrs. Green made tho dining room a of this section. and 15c. ding, Mr and Mrs. H. D. Chapin, of I.nrieai-trr-, thing of beauty with Dowers and other nro viltin liur parents, Mr, Richmond, Ind , were made the recipi Tom Jknmnor and John Anderson will decorations, at least as much as that ents of a girl aud Mrs. 11. Y. (Saint s. baby that was sent by some Mil. J. H. Hum is has returned from soon begin the building of a distillery in room can bo madn so to look. unknown friend. They had friqiiently Krist Knd uf How land, better known where lie bought ltn of the Oyclonk. A strong western wind lift- wished for a baby and were willing to as N'eedmore. They w ill lmve a capacity sprint: and cummer oo!h. ed tho roof from tho Clemens House in tike the little thing without asking any Miw. C? A. Pkyto.n who about a week of only about 'M uallous n day. Danville. Wednesday afternoon, and did questions. nto piesenled her husband with a fine Ovkii S00 sample hats just received, grent d .uingo to a number of private In a speech on the evil ellects of liqKirl, remains in a criticnl eondition. latest styles and shapes, no two alike. 15. F. Phillips was the greatest uor, Henry Grady, the great Georgin oraMips Mi.n.mk VanAkmai.k, a hand-- h We have hats to suit everyone at lem amoi the entlcrc-rs- , his new house be- tor, B.iid: "To night it enters a humble Jim younclaily of Hurroilnliuri', return-i- d than manufacturer's prices, $J stills at ing badly injured. home, btrikes tho roses from a woman's with MiHrtSuo Kout aud i now hor i 50, be. H. F. Jones & Son. KUI Bt. Tin: Whitley county contingent elec-1- cheeks and to morrow it challenged the Ai'iin. showers art briugiug May (lowMkn. H. C .Tiiuciikaut will, wo loarn Jinlgo Finley presidnitt of tho Prrc-to- r republic iu rtliei halls of Congress. To-- 1 Bedecked Cleopatra in jewels, but we clothe our customers in the finers aud forcing oilir TeeeUtion to the Myerc, he lady princiffi.n Mim Mary Coal Oompmy, but the Louisville day it strikes tho criiht from the lips of j est rainment at the lowest prices. Old Mark didn't pal in Dr. Prieu'H mjIiooI at Ntwhvlllu front again. Thn hkiliave boon leak- stockholders choso W. K, Gnnstead and tie starving child and to morrow levies j ing for coveral days, but the rfignal scr-v- got out an injunction restraining the tribute from the government itself. There next year. aays it will be fair and some cooler former from interfering with tho present in nn rntfn"t In this i.itv lnir.lJ. .mnmili ' a 1 ... ....7 ..vj b raxv Mk. M. A. Da whim, Mm. M. II. Ilry-IIUIU VIIUUII B S t ) epcapo it, no place strong enough to yestur-dn- y and Mis Hurtle Dawwii left ariairrt of tho company. u a shut it out. lOletles the law when it S. U. Thurmond at to vimt Mim John Cuok lias nought out J ewe Tiik Maun: City, which sprung up in a Horse Cave. Thompwn and will eontluuw the larbr night, has returned to first principles. A cannot coerce sufirage. It is llexible to Like we do, for we must give lower prices than our neighbors or we cajole, but mercile-- o in victory. It is tho 11 h S. SroNx, of Liberty, ncciiiimn-i- t busiuesM at his old Hand in the Coin dispatch from Middleshoro pays it pre- moral enemy of peace and order, the are left. It is said that a silver dollar is worth only 50c, but we tell d hit father, Dr. W. 1). Stone, to the mercial Hotel. Cooksis he will get a sents anything hut a boom town ap was of men and terror of women, the you your 50c is worth a dollar with us. Medical Society meeting here, and We will give you the lowest barber to assist him that will bo simply pwrauce now. In every direction are cloud that shadows the faceof childhood, prices and the Hiiest of his friend, Clarunru K. Tate. "out of sight " take your bad money. gardens. Iu tho wet end, streets and tho demon that has dug more graves and Mxmim. Jamki Itov and Win. dies L. Tottkn has cntraetwl with J. town Iota have been plowed up ami sent more souls unprepared to judgment J. Canning Co., terfiehi, of the Kiiipn-illwere hero yesterday, feelini! very enlhu-aiasti- e P. Jones to build the front to his rehi planted in corn. Iu the east end there than all tho pestilences that havo wasted The aro many corn fields planted and even lives since God Bent tho plagues to over Ita prospeetH. Mr. Chester-hel- denco on Hustonvillo Avenue. on Cumberland Avenue many lots aro Egypt, and all wars since Joshua stood word as price paid is SI, 100 Mr. Totten has In quality, quantity and prices. We are determined to make says he knows no such contracted to build a front to G. 1$. planted in gardens. beforo Jericho. It comes to ruin and yet fail. Mies Maiiy McAikc has '.ieen very ill Harnett's house, near Hubble, for f 1)50. it shall profit mainly by the ruin of your Central Kentucky Medical Association. far Homo tlino with pneumonia. .She sons aud mine. It comes to mislead huThe New Orleans Picayune pays: "A At 10:o0 yesterday, this fine body of man souls andcriiBh human hearts under wdl not permit doctor to prescribe for medicine, so thoroughly refined and most pleasing declples of Ksculapiua convened in its rumbling wheels. It comes to bring And we have to do all the pulling her nor will site use any ourselves. Still we do not give Hay L. Hoyco is only Walton's Opera House. Rreat is her belief in being healed by entertainment. mothers down to shame. It anything away any more than other people, but for every dollar paid equalled by Sol Smith Russell of whom The visit of Dr. Price, tho Philadelphia comes to chango a wife's love into defaith. 1 iik current number of the American he is a perfect counterpart," Mr. Hoyco surgeon, drew a larger attendance of the full value and a little better than our neighbors. spair and her pride into shame. It comes us we try to give Practitioner aud News, ol tauiaville, aud his excellent company will he with membership of tho Association than to still Dress Goods 20c, 35c, 40c and 50c will cost elsewhere from 40c to tho laughter on tho lips of little contains an excellent picture of Dr. ui May 2d. usual and they nro being well repaid children. It comes to stilio all the music 75c. Men's nice Spring Suits $$ to $15. Neglige Shirts 25c tc Sieelo llniler, accompanying an article on for it. of tho home aud fill it with silence and Thk HitBtouvillu prohibitionists havo pneumonia. This in the third pictuiu Tho count of noses show the attend- desolation. It cornea to ruin your boy Si. 25. Do you wear Shoes ? If so come and see us. We can fit decided to withdraw their application In tho publicafoot and guarantee satisfaction, or put up silver dollars until you that has ever appealed following and mine, to wreck your homo and It your for contest of tho recent election, their ance of tho tion now in its 17th volume. DOCTORS. arc satisfied. Remember if vou can't find a suit in our stock, we will knows it must measure its attorney, P. M. McRoberts, Kei., having km J. G. Givknx, the erstwhile great advised them to do so, since salooiiB J. C. Rogle, 1). C. Tucker, J. M. Mey-o- r, the swiftness nnd certainty prosperity by have one made for you. Remember also that we are headquarters with which it piornoter, who is the guest of his broth- have already Danville. for the J. H. and P. D. Corst. wrecks this world.'' been licensed in the town er, W. P. Glvenr, was here esterday. for a year G. A. Traylor, Hubble. to come. II a is in business in Philadelphia, but he A. D. Price, Houry Plummor, F. L, "Charley" Moore says 111 his Dlade: is not kept as busy as when he was as Dog Fennell precinct, Fayette county, Thk members oi the Knights of Pyth- Harrod, J. M. Dilton, Harrodtdmrg. either president or director, or both, in ias lodge here were preparing to do some T. O. Meredith, Ihirgin. Ky., is the most famous precinct in tho 17 "promoting" companies in K.istorn Jlnu work in tho Amplified Third Deworld. Hilly Dreckinridge, Coxey and J. G. Foley, Pinovillo. Kentucky. gree laHt night. A number of the LanP. S. Humphrey, Hawkins Drown, Ed I all ramo from there. s Tim Lxcelslor Springs, Mo, Journal caster knights were to assist them and a Alcorn, J. P. Hitle, Hustonvillo. Tho hio Southern Railroad Co. has ibvotea b column notice to the Consnrv grand ham-nuwas to follow. The lodge lid M. McKinney. incroHM'd its capital etock from ;4,000,-00to S.000,000. Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. it.ory of Music there, estiibllsliod by Mrs. has never been in as good condition as J. T. Wesley, 'Ieiah Wesley, Middle Orear, who was MIph IJettie Den-- n at present. A. burg. My stock is sure to please you in X KV A VEUTLSRM EVTH. , f )rnn rly of Stmiford. A ln;o mini-b'rJ. J. Drown, E. J. Drown, Mt. VerDon't miss the of Col. Cope FludeiitH are in attendance and non. highly eom-11- 1 land on the 21th. Tho pulpit, the uiethwls ar Mrs. Ore.u's W. D. Hd tho people unite in saying he 0. ll.iMcHoborts, O. L. Ilorron, haa boen her Stone, Liburty. Is on- of tlie gral-a- t lecturers on tho The annual mcctiiij; oflhe Mockholilcr of this A full stock cf Guaranteed M.istic Mixed Paints, Alabastinc, 1. S. Manning, Mauchcnter. VarA gentleman, who Cxrpemer' Suilon turnpiLi- will If Moreltn 1). American platform. Mi" Nan li.vt'uiiMXN and Walker Joseph Price, Philadelphia. hM at lluMouxllk oi Situnlny. Miy ,th, at p nishes, &o heard him in Atlanta, writes: "Tell your the purpox preuilont and a MiKiiiiiey, Miss Kit lUushroan and Will W. S. O'Neal, J. D. Kmuaird, Lanoai in., for of directors of circling Hour J lorthc rnn ins Mar people to hear Copobuul. They will be Misa Alice Ilolmis and Dr. II. Wearen, 15 J K IlVfi. U.MAN, amply n paid for their time and money." ter. 30O3STE 3Sl3EFJS.X3RX3Nra A. S, Pnif, Miss N'anuii' Vandeveer and W. J. Kdmiston, Crab Orchard. Jjhu .. Wolla, Miss Mary Alcorn n:id P. Uefore Spring Cleaning. Harry Cowan, Warren Montfort, D Hklun. Mr. J. II. Morshon, thoclever Ihs Davis Vertical Feed Sswing Machines M. McU'jbertH, formed a happy thmlng blacksmith, is using a tool chest that Georgo E. Davis, Salvisa. H.. party to Dix Kiver Wednesday. It is brought by his great grandfather J. P. Ijipsley, Dohou. did more courting than was aiiilthat they Are lh brt because 'hey run lighter and can do from Culpepper Va , in 170G. J. II. Carter, Highland. fishing, though if rumor be t run two or a greater variety of wotk thau any other sewisg It is still in good repair and looks as if machine. Tlie J, N. Diuigliman, Flat Lick. more of tho couples havo passed the It will boablo to do service for years to .11. F. Herndon, Darboursville. courting Btage. Ladies Lincoln County come. He also has a dish brought from S. C. Perkins, DeoLick. Aro cordially invited to call at tho fit Aiaph Virginia by tho snino gentleman at tho VICINITY. CITY AND II. L. Cartright, Shelby City. Hotel and examine the machine, at well ai e-of McMUKRAY I1ROS, same time. iu work. J. E. Caldwell, Porryvlllo. of Zoigler shoes at S. II. FllESIt lino Stanford, Ky W. A. Drown, Purksvillo. What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One Shnnka'. Siioiitly after the. prohibition election J. F. Peyton, L. D. Cook, J. G. CarHorse Store of Danks, tho hero our humorous contemporary, tho Wk want your trade. penter, W. D. O'Donnou, Steelo Bailey, Richmond Register, to keep up its repuwcler. Hugh Roid, G. W. Bronaugh, Stanford. tation as tho Detroit Free Press of Ken,Ski our Gent's ties nt''& and 50c. .Soy- Tho meeting was opened by n pHper tucky, printed this paragraph: "How to on whooping cough by Dr. F. L. Harrod, c.iuico it Son. maku a fortune: Go to Stanford and of Ilarrodflburg. It was discussed by Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other goods too. start a drug store." Since ito appearance Cons planters and sheep shears at Drs. Meyer, Plutumer aud Manning. it Hooker's. wo havo received several letters from Dr. Joseph l'rico.of Philadelphia, then men, who, taking it in earnest, wanted read a paper on Laparotomy. Dr. Price New carpets and rugs. Seo our ladies' DEALER IX- further information on tho subject. No, is by far butter acquainted with this subFor almost any thing you may want. Goods Cheaper than Ever. Dxfotds. SovcrancoitSon. wo do not reed any more drug stores. ject than any surgeon in America, havGksuini: Dresden Hanquet Lamp and Thoso wo havo are fully able to fill our ing performed tho operation over 2,300 : proscriptions, whether for ipecacuana or Onyx Tablo at Danks, tho jowoler. times;; Dr. Tate, of England, alone hav-spiritus frumenti. ing exceeded that uumber. Ho Bpoko Thbbb looms for rent in Odd Follows' "-i..,:i,itn,01d Conimorcial. Apply to In the garret of tho hou-i- that Coun- fornboutau hour aud afterwards Do' questions na his audience I). Cooper resides there woio ty Clerk G. BssSf 0. ino. found tho other day some old and inter- saw fit to ask. II we your carriage painting and trim- esting documents, yellow with ag-Dr. J. C. Doglo read a paper on a cneo Ono ming douo at J. I. DoNardi'a Bhop. Sw was tho of a gun shot wound, which was discusspapers of Ki'slut udvortlsemunt. ed at lenpth by Dr. Price. from tho company of mounted I have added to my business a lin of At three o'olock tho surgical opdration from Kentucky, under tho comLacks ato the correct trimmings. Wo Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. all tho other bouses In mand of Maj. Gen. Samuel Hopkinp, of Laparotomy was performed ou tho Live more than datod May 10, IS1'5, nnd signed by Cnpt. wife of Samuel Harris, colored, by Dr. town combined. Severancu itSon. i George MurHl. Auother is a refund-in- g Price and assisted by tho other visiting Headquarters lor almost anything hiuulker-iOmk hundrel dozm iiiuu'u lio nd signtd by Jowo Kmerson to physicians. Tho same operation will bo Pure linen handkorohiufs at 10, Mr. Bailey, whom ho had authorized to performed on Mrs. Adruna A (tor you want. When you want a s 1. . nniUKie. Ilwnauicueu uuiiukit collect his Mrt of the estates of Richard tho operation a paper was road by Dr. J. From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match mufsfromlScup Severance A Son. Jack man and Moaett Embroil. It is dated G. Carpenter which wna liberally diaous.s meal for 25c, call on him. without wa&ie. If necessary, can order it, have it made . mil t;ct it 10, 1S27. Tho house, which is tho od. Tho rotit of tho afternoon was given here in two days. Tub groat and only Green Uriar April My t groat de- ouo ownoil by tho lato Winfred Bailoy, to tho uxunuuiUion of surgical iustru-monMuihgu do not scum to bo in and matters poitaiulng to tho nau H. 0. Warren only wh built by Judga Montgomery, tho mand. Commissioner J thorn and thoy father of tho lato Dr. T. 11. Montgomory, of thorn. got ono bill ?WHJ-- for Stanford, Ky. Tho grept surgeon, Dr. JoHeph Price," and must be 100 years old. on his hands. are yet Interior Journal Omen for rent in Intkuioh Journal Apply to W. P. Walton. A. H Penny's is the place to buy m jew- of Philadelphia, is building. elry. t The Faet is This. dis-tan- Blip-pil- co l 11 I m , Mmli'-int'S- ii Prm-riptioi- 1 We ape Ready fop You. 7:,-- e I2c. Mc-Kinn- ey I2jc, Co-bur- g, I2jc 8c, I2jc, , ic. ii How-lan- peo-peop- Call Before the Stock is ?tc I2c. Cnu-iiiti-it- broken, SEVERANCE & SON. les-idei- ic k- I hI OLD MARK ANTONY it I -. to-da- y. TO HUSTLE u d WE BEAT 'EM ALL Things Come Our Way, al-s- o 11 gray-hair- ed m HUGHES & TATE. 1 WALL t PAPER 0 . of 11 luc-tur- mli-lar- i hiii-vc- phi-mii.in- pri-H- s - Turnpike Election. 1 - DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. B:LTTS XOXJH .1 nn-vill- o. A. PBOTKre, Druggist. -- Court-hous- e, of sampl- LOST! a'3?rir R. ZIMMER -- McKinney & Hoeker, CALL OUST THEM k tkaff Mc-Kion- j m T Fancy Groceries, McKINNEY & HOOKER. IP SF1 ps S m o V Foreign and . Rai-le- y mestic Fruits, CM f re m CAR PE n to-da- first-clas- -- ta 4 R ZIMMES. H. J. McROBERTSiF pi ri M .MO . p. "lll WlXTTfTiiTJI oesBUEiMMakucMift JnVnTI1. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journo WASHINGTON GOSSIP. Bits of Information Picked Up by Published Every Tuoaday and Friday Our Oorrospondont AT SliJ I?1CII YHAIt IN" AD rANCiC Sj-Wh- not sopatd 3H.60 will be chnrRed.-s- r Hon- n Wisconsin Newspaper Mnn Fecurcil n llrltle One of Senntor Vent's Kit- - K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. UTtHlnlnc Iteintiilscenrea .Mm Who Ilnsobnnps. returning Special Washington Letter. Congressman Hnugon lias n Train nave Kowiaud at 7:00 a. ra., &N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 13 37 pin The comforts of the press gallerj In tho senate are far from perfect. A chill and killing draft blows through It all day long, and with its acoustical disadvantage, the thick and uncertain JELLICO TENNESSEE, tones of the reading clerk, and the confusion steadily maintained by the Mrs. J. B.iMonttromerv. Pron. pages, It is difficult to follow the senate proceedings with case and accuThe best hotel In the city and the only one with racy. While tho selection bf boys is a sample room for drummers Especia attention as good as probably can be made, their to the traseling public. Rates , 53"6m rules of government might be imTHE OLD proved. They dash In concert for each senator who calls, as rushers make for iTAOBZSOlT a football; ami the spectacle of these uniformed school boys scrambling over SAM 11. WARNACK, Pror. the senate door is far from encouragLondon, KENTUCKY. ing to an admirer of dignity and order. Tho other day two of these impetuous Kcaueu ana rettirmirieJ ana in every wa ypre parol to attend the wants of the public ates and ungoverned youths collided in tho my reasonable. central aisle and knocked ench other flat upon the floor. VITAL TO MANHOOD. Wlirro Dili Ilo Get Thit Hut? One day recently Uig Tom ISeed lost his hat at the capitol. He thinks It was stolen, but he probably laid it down carelessly somewhere, and forgot about it. He has a very Inrgo head, wESwF C" WE?T 3 NERVE AND BRAIN Bpeclflc tor Hjsterla, Dizziness, Fits, Neu ralKja, Headache, Jserrous Prostration caused bi and could find nothing around tho alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression building that would fit him. When he leftf6r th0 Shorehara he had on his i,tau a acro inree b,zcs to small, ana . "n;r?'?"J .""'''"" Inrrhm. m.,.nrf yj .w....w 01 Drain. Hell abuse, A month's L 77 I have moved to my new Hotel' and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. dr-ire- ujpm g it 51 pm Will Hooker. 'While Hooker was editor of a paper at Ashland, 3i,am ..9 36 in is., lie leu In love with tho pretty ' ' South..., 107PIU stepdaughter of tho wealth- - publisher The latter trains also carry passengers The shove It calculated on standard time. Solar of the newspaper. Tho latter objected ime U about so minutes Tatter. to tho union and ottered Hooker n man-- . otary consideration if ho would raovo " liigkl QUEENS CRESCENT ROUTE. further west. The newspaper man declined, whereupon ho was discharged, Going North train pass Junction City as follows: Vestibule Marts 6 a. m. VesA Rreat many medicines "relieve" Caand ho was forced to go to Milwaukee, FloriU where ho tibule Limited 4 p. m Local nop. m tarrh in the llfiui. '1 hat means th.it ilV obtained employment. After rt m Limited driven from the head Into the throat and his disappearance, tho stepdaughter Saiith N O. Vestibule ta i3 p. m. Florida s Limited uii.sa m Local 11.5s p. m. lune.8. But by its mild, toothing, cleans announced that tho engagement was Vestibule arrh es S.40 p. m ing and hulling properties, Dr So'b Cabroken. After an absonco of threo tarrh Hemedy perfectly ami permanent-I- v months, Hooker reappeared, coming In cures. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., by a country road on horseback. Ills sister camo into town by train nt tho Miners and shippers of the GENUINE A Quarter Contury Teat. same time. She, with some friends of For a iiuirler ol a Century Dr. Kind's New Hooker's, mado tho necessary arrangebus been tested anil the millions who have Original Coal. ments, and reccied ben. Tit froui Its use testily to Its wonderat noon Hooker quietly but ful curaihe powers in all diseases of the Ttiimt, Try it. We are tho sole agents lor Stanford land hurriedly walked into the CongregaChest and Lunis A remedy that has stood the Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and raille(solcti and that has given so utmmal road croning. tional church. A clergyman was In wait-InIjtch bottle is positiveis no experiment. HIGGINS A WATTS. 6 and at tho altar .stood tho publishly guaranteed tovic rntief or the money will he is admitted to be the most reliable relundcd. It er's pretty stepdaughter, surrounded A. S. PRICE, for Couchs and Colds Trial bottles free at A. It. by a group of friends. Whilo on his CMSiai.VO UP THE LADDER. Penny's drug store. Largcsize jsc andji. SURGEON DENTIST, way to church Hooker hnd been rec. ognized by several friends, and he was all climbed up, considering It a lark, Office over McRoberts Drug Store in tho new It May Do as Muoh for You. in hasto to havo tho ceremony ended. (I was a good deal younger in those OwsleV Building. Mr Fred MlUer ol Irving, 111. writes that he Stanford. "Do you want the complete service?" days), and nfter having somo refresh- had a Severe Kidney trouble for inaay years, ment climbed out again. Would you with severe pains in his back and also that his asked tho minister. bladder was xlfecled He tried many sa called "Cut It down gool stick," was Will's found it? The cures but without THE RILEY HOUSE reply, resorting to aprinter's English bclicvomy money,lucky fellow who had aKldneXago he began use olanyKlectiicresult. About missing his footing, Hitlers and year to In found relief at once Electric Hitters is especially F. B. RILEY.IProprietor, his excitement. The preacher looked fell, and in that fall of ton or twelve adaptrl to cure ot all Kidney and l.iver tr uWos feet broke his neck and wih instantlv and often gives almost instant rehef. One trial astonished, London, - - - Kentucky. soon the knotbut ho understood, and killed." Price only y. tor will prose our statementwas tied. large bottles At A. R Penny's Drue Store. man-nglnA , 11 Mail train going North " " South fixpreu train " South " " " North Local freight North full of pood stories. One of thorn Is concerning n newspaper ninn named scrap-boo- k Tho chances wcro a thousand to ono ngalnst success; but wo hadn't been out fifteen minutes before a young lieutenant who was In our party Btooped down and picked up tho money. We nil talked about our friend's good luck but see how quickly fortune can turn another face. I was In high glee, and wanted to treat: Tho searching part now went In bcarch of a place of refreshment, but It was after midnight and it was a good while before wo found a place open. At length, however, wo were piloted to a saloon to which, pending some repairs, access was had from tho street only by a ladder of about a dozen rungs. 'o .vT.jA. Bradley will sell you a Cooley creamer and buy your wool. Get sacks We arc auiliotiiec! to announce P If blood, dispels nche and paiim, melun choly and nervousness, brink' lefnsh-in.(deep, and restored health and Stiength. It's a powerful restorative tonic and Hoothinis nervine, tmtdo eepcoiHlly for woman's needs and tho only e.uiirHiites'd ml reined v for womnn'u weakiier-SHailment. In all "feninlH complaints" ami or irreuularities. If it ever folia to Ihmii-Icure, you havo your mony luck. t for & A candidateactum Representative In Congress,of the ol the Democratic party to the roiindsiif a contest of ibo settinc Inrlh , . of Kintucky Kighth Congressional 1'istri.t LnucnuU-r(Jaint-selecliim which was hrld fn the Huslonsille 'gls. terinl District on the sttli day of M srch, 1801, lo lake the sense ol the lnat solers of snU district A tired wotiuui, just hh much as a Rick upon the uipitHiii or prohibiting the sale cf spiritHonors therein. uous, vinous and and aillitiK one, needs Dr. rd . Witness our haiuls this A pit! 4. i I hut , builds up, vorite Prescription, Came to my houw aimiit lh is of January a l, 11 Aiiami. Keid, stiengthetiB, und invigorates tho ontirt hlnck sow, weighing ahout o pounds, and lour I' W G Cowan. lur by pntvitu pioptity, (ieiira-- CstpentT. Ars.iale, C : female system. It rrifnlMtcH and pro- pigs. Owner can .t and expensanl A lucker. nami( far thunetUe I. W. Po ill. F M Ware. motes all tho proper fuiielionnof woman SAM TltiLVHRIDtiK M. Yowell, Geo W K.nti sr,, Kubaiikt, Ky. hood, improver) (iiHeBtion, turnout's tin And others, Cnntealaiiti. at Funis & Hardin's store, Stanford, iiou. jas. 11. Mccreary anb-(ec- NOTICE. hetebf clven that we, Ihe undersigned contestants, has e this day b!c in Ih9 clerk's office of the Lincoln County O tut a written stale-mei- il Notice Is tl-- John Jstodnhlll, Danville, and Ciaineu nrees 33STKA"ST. 1 l I r 11-i- m g ICE, ICE. Kospectfully Invitod. . .YOU ARI 1 am now rwadr Ice tn deliver manufitctuied Inxti th Stanford I'actofy to customers rojulnilv KIKTV I'UM.S every morn I lie at lh tr rf I"KR HUNDKCIl l'liUM) LOIftamt oer,ad at 7K in smaller lorn, 1. IlItr.MHIt, Stafoid. to I am just hick from the rltie with a large and w, II selected stock of Mll.l.t N'KRY, wluvh 1 will sell cheaiver than ever. Miss l.atiro Jail.ie, as penor tilmmer trom Cincinnati, vi(Si;e'l w ih sac and 1 can fuarrnt satisfaction in pai llcuUr. Tall aad sec my Blue-Gra- ss UIue-Gr- a ,M Wl DR.W. 13. 1EMY Dentist. Ofiice South .'uls Main St., In office recently vacated Is y Dr. l.ce I. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. :MISS iful. I.ICCIK etr I1KA7I.K, St.nfoid.Kr Ladic3, Your Attention, Plea3C. My Stock of Millinery ( Carriage Paiutinjj and Trimming I 11 Jellico Ills-ceve- am new prepared to do all kinds of Cmsagf Paintinc. '1'nmmlng and Repairing. Give me a call, Over Uaughe ty a sh.p Main sticet. 2sCIXJX-.I3E32S"JOHN 11 DcNARDI, " Staufnid Ky te-6- m tnlng pretty and sirbsh. I have engaged Mils Julia Slltl.nf (. insmnati, lo trim forme b e is a lady ol much espctiehir and taste and Is sure to s An esaminalion of go give satisfaction. CM KlS. m MRS POKIP. -- 1 1 Is bet g rapidlv opened and it embraces err .l. ! Alws)s on hand aatls-tacti- g, AS ASSIGNEE OF Two doors abose Post-Orlic- A. A. WARREN, I oiler for sale prisatcty The Nobicst and Nicest Goods? Can be bad in the market. Prices lowrr than the Ail lowest Mourning eaamise befoie 'busing MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR, Mrs. Kate Duddtrar, Manager. Siaulcrd, Ky COMMEKCIAL 11I.OCK his WHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, ftc ,on reasonable tnroand terms. The stock has been cleared of all damaged gooJs, Is In First Class Condition ta D. S. CAKPENTEH, At the well-know- - Taile ait Lively ns Cricket. FRANK RILKY. "The Florence Hotel, HOUSE, 51-6- 10 TREAT-MhNT-, moro extravagant. The employes of remedy as soon as the first symptoms of the dis a and so tho senato recelvo better salaries than ease apptar sDruggist, cent b lies lor tic by Dr Stanlord S G licxker, tho employes of tho house. Tho sen-nt- o has proportionately a great manj' more employes than arc allotted to the o house. Tho eighty-eigh- t senators forty-flvmessengers, and the AXD representathreo hundred and flfty-sb- c tives only flfty-onThe ratio Is fully as Mrs. great as to other employes. Tho duties MAKIN1 Willooen of tho houso employes nre, therefore, n the pink a MANILA Lower Mainestablishment street, Stant.ollae on far more more arduous than those of ford, and be ready to teceive orders April 1. They f.ishlomibU patterns and tho employes In tho senate. They use lite latest and most A trial Is solicited guarantee satisfaction work six days a week, while tho senato employes work only four, and get near ly twenty-flvper cent- - moro salary. Tho bcrgeant-at-arm- s of tho house certainly has moro work to keep the accounts of the threo hundred and fifty-si- x Full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Grape members than the sergeant-at-urm- s sparagus, Small of the ionate to keep the accounts of Vines, usuallv found in a Fruits, Shrubs, and nursery establishment the eighty-eigh- t senators. And still ho Ve sell direct to Ihe plsnter and have no agents. gets far less pay. The senate usually Catalogues on application F. HILLF.NMKYF.lt, II. adjourns on Thursday over to Monday. 5 Lexington, Ky. Tho house remains in session throughout the weelc em-ploy- Unequal Pay nml Uneriunt Labor. It will be an agreeable surpiue to per sots sub Tho senato is not only more digni- jert t altscks ol bilious colic to team that prompt g had by taking Chamberlain's Colic, fied, moro and more pre- relief may be Diarrhoea Itemed) In inslan Cholera aud house, but It is also ces the attack may be prevented by maty this tentious than tho taking awo-inspirln- and located In one of the mol desirable Hands In the city The agency el th daily papers will ne iuut. liansfcrred lo purchsesr of stork snd J II PAXTON. of considerable revenue Assignee 11 old stand ol J. II. Giceu, la Hustonvillo, Has i - - Kentucky Tho I 3vk-'-"s ouse. : n V W GRLEN, Propneter : : Stanford, sm still running Kentucky. ist rreeised an eseellent addition tj hi stn k of Furmtuie and cordially insucs v u I i aii and es amine it. lis is aim agent lur Ine Olltrr Chilled aud Silver Steel Plows as well as reprirs lor same Noptows sUml higher In ihe.cttiiua lion of the public than these His sto. k ot ' ariitis and saddles is larger than ever Has also adied a line ol lluggics, Murreys mhI Siosrs I). v CARPKNTI.K Mrs. Corey Saunders Harris Hamilton o Hotel and this will continue tc give my guests the politest attention as well as the best ire millet affurds. ITew Moat Sh.op. We liavrspened on Dept Street a first las lluU her Sh. p when we wilt keep at all the t meats that the country all rd. We will handle lialhiBg but the bsi.i and 111 e. Special Attention to the Traveling Public. When you want a firt- - las turnout n. t my inn SEEL FOR CASH ONLY, Ojr customers wi At w can not keep h be served In Ihe best slvle lid we s..cil Ihe pat ronage el Ihe public We also buy good c rn fed cattle and hogs ANDKKSUN IARR A IO, Mantunt, Ky. irn ASSIGNEES SALE Ol 1 IB LI VK Y STABLE. Prices to suit the hard times at the Myers House OH ic Call or lease o.dcr SALE OF... o Orchard, Lawn, Garden. ccr-vthln- g Land, Stock, Crop, &c. A Stock of Merchandise As Eiccutor of W M. Hlggins, deed, sell at public auction on the premises on I will At Kingsvillo, Kentucky. further notice, As assignee of t.lass A Joknson, sell 1 Thursday, May 31, 1894, ......The Farm of will, uctd 15 rivi'SrSSlifS!St .' ..u--..uior-eaerii- SySSmTjlS'iSS ConsUuatloa-QUAllANTEE- I 6 for IS, by mail. cares Sick Headache, Uilloasness, Liver Coa.plain Sonr Stomach, Dyspepsia hnd Uroed only by With each order for 6 bozes, with GuaranteeLlssued by ncent. WES1"8 LIVER PILLS treatment, y A. R. PENNY, .IF Stanford, ok Ky. VOU ARE GOING.. NORTH..THE..WEST, 1'lgurrs from tlm I'ny Itolla. Messengers In tho house receive front 81,000 to 81,200 a year. Messengers of A good Horse, HarntM aud a single Surrey, as $130. low as new for tho bonate recelvo a year. Tho Kood at Joe Rout'ssale for the or onprice of T.L. Judge to si It, Call stationery clerk in the house getsSl.SOO Shetton il you want to buy. L. A. PARIS'. a year; in the senate this clerk receive Leaington, Ky. 82,100. Tho chief engineer of the houso wing gets 81,700 a year; in tho senate wing the engineer gets 82,100. An as- JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGF.R sistant engineer in the house gets YEAGER 5c 81,200 a year; in tho senato these asa your. Firemen sistants receive 81, in tho houso get 8000, and in the senate aud 81,093. To go still higher, the clerk of a year, tho houso receives only Special Rates to Commercial Men. while the secretrry of tho senate reSTANFORD, .Y. ceives 80,000 a 3'oar. Tho sergeant-at-arm- s of tho house has 84,000 a year, If you need lisery give us a call. Nsthiog but wnuo trie sergeant 01 tno senate re turnouts will leave our stable. See us celves for rates. In our 81,-U- Nice Turnout For Sale. 234 Acros of Land, AT COST FOR CASH! The stock of merchandise at Klngssllle wWh Glass A Jehns.ni assigned to me for thehenertl cf thsir cred tors Ihe stock tonstsls of Dry Uchx's, Hoots, Shnes, Hats, Caps, olians, Groceries Ac This Is a fine chance for bsrgams. Any person desiring to bur Ihe stock as a whole will do wed to call on me for term.. All person injebtcd to the firm must com up and settle with me. EDWARD ALCORN, Trustee. A .Mull AVho I Hns is .Snap. Louisville a. Nashvillc R. R. Is the line for you, as its Double Dally Trains Make close connections at THREE SIZES TOO 8SIALL. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. WAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Vor any information enquire of JOES. HICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or A McQUDWN.Trav. Pass. Agent, W. Junction City, Ky Watson In German comedy. The did not linger anywhere on his waj home. Queer I'loro of Mall Matter. 'We And some strango things in A presented tho appearance of Harry ( n the malls," said a railway postal clerk who A. G. Lanham delivered a tramp to a polico oflicer. 'John 1). Castieman. When tho southern night line train pulled into Sixth street depot Thursday night tho clerks of tho railway mall scrvlco were throwing out tho mail bags intended for tho post ofllco here and for points further north, when one of them grabbed, as ho supposed, a canvas bag, but It proved OF LIVERPOOL. to be an Italian tramp who had been lying beneath a pile of sacks, canvas and leather. The intruder BARBEE&OASTLEMAH out of work and money, andsaid ho was being MANAGERS, of reaching New York had concealed himself under the mail bags at Oovataerce Building, Louisville Charleston, and took his chances of Agents throughout the South. getting through. He was rather disappointed when he found that his trip to r7. A. TEIBBLE, Local Ayent, Now York had been interrupted. He was sent to a polico Htatiou house. KV. ROYAL durance company do-slro- us STANFORD, Mr it ut I rtf u 2 ( s s Blood rr Skin s ami s DisMsts s Q s s S s s s s s s s s n A TMttd Remedy ssssssssS Swift's S Specific aii A reliable cure for Contagious Senator Vest tells good stories, all of them ontertalnlng, and many of them apocryphal. Ho listened ono evening recently at Chamberlain's to a marvelous story by Amos Cummlngs concerning tho luckiest man on earth. Cummings really exceeded tho story of "Speaking ol luck," said Senator Vest, "I will tell you a Btory to which another man in this company can bear Ono day, while I was In witness. Richmond as a member of tho confed erate congress, I lost a roll of moucj, my pay for tho month, somewhere in the street on my way irom tno war ofllco to tho hotel. Just as the woman in tho Scripture who lost a piuco of silver 'called together her neighbors nnd friends and sought diligently until sho found It;' so I called a few fellows together and went on what seemed to bo d a hopeless quest through tho streets. and dimly-lightesnow-covere- d Senator Vest's Lugubrious Tulo. Monte Christo. the best positions of an ap pointive nature In tho houso of representatives is that of tally clerk. The salary Is 83,000 per annum and tho work is as near nothing as it can be and yet retain the semblance of labor to excuse tho existence of tho ofiice. It Is the duty of tho tally clerk whenever there is a yea or nay voto taken upon any proposition to be present anil make accurate aud complete record of the vote of every member of the houso who is present and voting. Dealer in When tho houso engages In n siege of filibustering or in a succession of meetings the tally clerk is FURNITURE, MOULDINGS WINDOW SHADES, obliged to go without sleep and really perforin exhausting duties, but this ocMATTRESSES, Sec. curs so seldom that the oillco is practically a sinecure. For example, from tho adjournment Just received a new line of of the house on March 4, 1603, to tho commencement of tho extra nession Picture Mouldings, Pictures, Rattan Rockers, Bed Lounges, Spring in August, u period of live mouths, tho Edge Couches, Hull Trees, Large French Plato Mirrors, tally clerk had nothing to do but draw Ladies' Desks, Etc. his salary of 8240 per mouth with great regularity. During tho three months Call and see me before buying. I will save you money. of tho extra session ho was obliged to bo on duty altogether but thirty hours. W. W. WITHERS. For this work ho received tho sum of 81,020. During tho present session of congress he has been on duty moro than usual on account of tho frequent 1 roll calls in tho house on the tariff bilL A high salary Is paid because a s man who io absolutely reliable und accurate cannot be obtained for less money. The present incumbent of the position is as well educated, as Intelligent and as competent a man to represent a district In congress as any ono of tho average members upon tho floor of tho house. Smith D. Fry. One of sulll-ciefirst-clas- s nt iS-y- About 73 Acres in cultivalion now, the remainder in grass, situated 4 mil's from Crab Orchard. S miles from btatilunl and i mile from Cedar Creek on the L. & N railroad Two story Irsme house, four roms also dining room and kitchen, porches, Ac, good cistern, smoke house, an ice house, double cabin In yard, large barn, two corn crilis, two buggy houses and a tllacksmlth Shop, Tools, Ac. The farm will be oflrred In two tracts and aa a whcle. Land notes will bear interest In 6 irom Jan. I, iSjj, sis percent. d In months; one third in i months and Good school in y, mile of house. iS months s Atderney cows with calses. s cow, and calves. 3 cows without cslves I s.year-ol- d steer. I male cow, calses 5 i sows and pigs. shoats, ijmale hog. I a work horses. I good buggy mare that a lady can drive. I toungmarein foal by Hackly's saddle horse. s 16 head of sheep iS iambs. Household and kitchen luroilure, farming in. nlemetits. such as shovel and turning plows, I hay HARNESS SHOP wagon, I rake, i mowing' macl'llie, I You will find s good assoitment of Harness, 11 rockaway, t spring wagon, i corn shcller, i ro.n addls, Arc. Have sour repairing done by cru .her, i wheat fan, t straw cutter, plow gear, our man he understands his business. We have a etc. AIo a lot ol bacon, lard, vinegar, corn hay, mechanic tn our straw, etc. A I vi a track of knob laud ol o acres, well lim BLACKSMITH SHOP. bertil.on Ottenhcun pike near Cos's Gap, sold separate. work and satisfactory Will guarantee All sums under Jio cash. All overdue Janu-nrwith Intere ' from day of sale and prices Tiv our horse shoer. i, Agents fur Drcring Machines, the lightest diaft secured by personal security, W it HIGi.IN- -, Es machine on earth. Oiie-lhlnl one-lhlr- YEAGER, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. vmi rD mm mm, Capital thatthis Stock-Surplu- s 8200,000 - 21,300 tirst-clas- two-hors- Attention of the public is invited lo the fac Is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Aci depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lur as amount equal to the slock, so that depositors ot this institution arc secured by a fund of ),u.i,uoa riv sworn statements of thecondition of the bank arc made each carlo the Uuitcd Slates government and its assets are examined at atatcd limes by government agents, thus securing addititoas and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally ettaDlishcd as th Deposit Hank of Stanlord in 8S, then iied as the National Hank ol Stanfurd in 1U5 and again re organuedas the first National Hank of Stanlord in tiit, has had practically an uninterrupted esiitinceof is years. Ills better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms aud Individuals respectfully solic-te- d Th Directory ol this Hank is composes: ol Korestua Reid, Lincoln county ; S, T, Harris, Lincoln; G. A, Lackey. Lincoln: J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S.H. Ilaughman, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinneyT M.J.Miller. Mt. Vernon S. Hocker, President; J. John J. McRoberts, Ca.nier; A. A. McKinncy, Assistant Cashier. Wo We WITM1EBS ull-nig- ht Farmers Bank&Trnst ok stanford.:ky., Co la now fully organised and ready for business will Paid up Capitaljof Surplus, . - - $200,000. 2L 000. first-clas- 17 M 109 23 90 SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and undat the same management. By provisions of Its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liaole to the catent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to lbs amount invested in such shares. It may act as caecutor, administrator, trustee. Ac, as fully as To those who entrusted their bulsinets to us while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol Sunford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will conUnus to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to aame, our twenty ysars' eaparience ia banking and as liberal accommodations as are sistent with sound banking, con- Blood Poison, Inherited Scrofula and Skin Cancer. Aa a tonic for delicate Women and Children it haa no equal. Being purely vegetable, Is harmless In It effects. A treat Uw on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed race on application. 2ruiglMt$ Bell It. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, 6a.' S.J Art In Puns. "What did you bring your picture away from tho dealer's for?" "Ho had put it down in tho cellar, and I didn't like it. "Couldn't stand such abasement of art. eh?" and they both smiled. De- trolt tree Press. MaWIng- - WHAT DOES IT MEAN? SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS It nuns t!it fnQiMti an. I Cme.nt Runt. Is It mil, iWteit JJ iull l''.wwi ( .ncta4ii aud .hurteit Cincinnati ! s inllcj tln.itut l .n.'lcaatlMw (Irl.uisi iiiill iliurt.il L'iailunill tj L'batlauiivgi., AtUau, or Jack.unsill. 1 luriJs. all of th. afar, points, Throaah Cars ts Vlckitmnr snl Shrv-)r- l. Onlr line running- thron.li rar t'lneianati to KnuitllU aal Ait.TlIU. .V. c. Direct Una tt T.saianl alesicu via N.w llrl.sni or via ShrestMrt. Ask arfrnu atoal t.iur ti California. I'roin Jxuis.ill., phelkjrrllle and Lawrtnc.kar.ilrTcl cutuinvUuu Is mad at LealaiUa with vaibtoUYl train U all pguiti South. W. C. RINEARS0.V, A jcat, Cincinnati. 0. J.J. Him Feol Good. Jssssssss The nusband Going to church to show your new bonnet, my dearr The Wife No; to show eveiylody what a generous and loving old hubby I'vo got: Truth. aa'Uiu'r ffe QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. M Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. F.nibry, Stanford; J. H. Owsley, Stanford; J. F.; Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MHIedjrevilld, Ky W. H.Cumiuiui, I'reachersvilU S, H. Shanks, President, Dr.y. . Owsley JCashier, W. M. Iltlght, Teller. DIHICTOKi: IE